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... setting up it was more like $100 when we stopped. Also, we're
free additional security late at night. So, it's worth keeping their
practically empty carpark available to RV people to fill late at
night when nobody is using them anyway. That's why almost ¼ of our
nights have been spent in a Walmart carpark. All they need is to
install paid showers and laundries and we'd not need to stay at a
camping ground at all!
... is 42 stories above the Penobscot Narrows Bridge which makes this observatory the tallest public bridge observatory in the world at 420 feet high. Casey closes her eyes and we ascend the elevator and exit onto the platform of floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the vast picturesque panorama. There is a group of children from a local summer camp on a field trip during our visit and a young camper turns to us and tells us his name, asks where we are from, and ...
... in the water preparing for the first class V of the day, The Exterminator. The Exterminator involved us going right through the water as it was being pushed out of the dam. Almost through The Exterminator, Brian was screaming "All hard! All hard!" (paddle harder, *****es!) and I realized my paddle was receiving no friction form the water. I looked down (worst idea ever) and realized we were half over a very large hole and none of our paddles were even close to the ...
... local diner tastefully decorated with local photographs and a functioning toy train that runs around the perimeter of the restaurant. They serve breakfast all day so Mark ordered an omelet, but I opted for the buffalo chicken wrap. We were both really satisfied with our meals and excited we had found our new weekend diner (and realized later that it's within walking distance to our apartment!). Knowing we couldn't move in until 3 ...
... answered correct, problem was the only date they had tickets for was the 10th December. Gutted! I'll be flying home. But good luck to the rest, I'm sure there enjoy it. Supposed to be a good little show.
Arriving at Stephen Kings house it looked creepy, it was really old, but massive, he had bats and gargoyles on his iron gates, the weirdest thing was though was a black cat tipped up and started rubbing around our legs. Not a clue where it came from. Creeped me ...