Lodge at Moosehead Lake
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So we woke up to fog that could be cut with a knife but away we go on our moose hunt. Out in the early morning to see what we can find.Down backroads, around the boughs, no moose. I did find some more nice waterfalls, but you are probably all tired of my views of my waterfalls. Back to the Behemouth and some breakfast.
Out again before lunch to look at the other side of the lake beautiful houses, pretty lakeshores. A ...
... area. There is a beautiful state park in this area. We were looking for moose in the fog and attempting to find the trails the Moose safaris take. To no avail. I am sure there are no moose in Maine.
It is cold so I think it is time for Chili. Will warm the innards. This is truly beautiful country. Will sleep for another day.
... love to do a level 5 someday.
It was an all day trip and we stopped mid-way through the rapids on a river bed and had lunch. The food was amazing, they cooked chicken, salmon, steaks and veggie burgers on the grill along with rice and pasta salad. We also had trail mix, cookies, hot chocolate and cowboy coffee :) BEST DAY YET.
... hardwoodtimbering country down to Oquossoc - a crossroads at lake level and about the only settlement between the two largest lakes of the Rangeley area. There were several old fishing camps and summer lodges at the juncture between Mooselook and Rangeley. We followed the Sandy River and then the Anson River away from this area and eventually followed the Piscataquis River up to Greenville ME and Moosehead Lake - one of the largest inland lakes ...