Milliken House Bed and Breakfast
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... out you had to walk before you got wet!
We stopped for lunch at a cute little sidewalk restaurant called 'The Gables' where we enjoyed more lobster and watched the dogs get harassed by the local cat.
We drove back to camp then spent the evening with our crazy new friends and some other folks that came out to camp with them.
I have a feeling that we will be seeing more of each other, probably in California!
... Now what?" We continued on and over the rise got a huge surprise! Keene's Lake is beautiful!!! The beach is grassy, the water VERY warm, the tree's aromatic, etc... We stayed for two nights!
We met a great family from St. George, New Brunswick. Kim and Bill are a hoot! We had a blast with them at the beach then they came by our camp in the evening for a few drinks. Fun Fun ...
... area at the start and there were heaps of people everywhere. By 4pm we had seen enough and decided to make our way down the New Brunswick. We stopped just before Saint John to get some dinner and had a good catch up with Ange. We got in to St. Andrews after 9 and stopped to use the internet at Tim's. We had to buy some more car insurance as it runs out tomorrow.. Bugger.! :P We found our way to a carpark and called it a ...
... naturalist who really caught everyone with her enthusiasm and knowledge and was eager to answer any questions. We saw minke whales, seals, harbor porpoises, and an incredible number of eagles-easily two dozen, often three or four at a time flying and perched in the trees on shore. We also went by the “Old Sow” – the largest tidal whirlpool ...
... soaked in Artisian well water and vinegar for a day and then fed through four grinding wheels that are still driven by belts. The mustard gets thicker in each and the final product (minus the added spices) comes out of the fourth stone mill. They would not allow pictures to be taken since they have dvd's of the process to sell.
The temperature was 62 while in Eastport and 61 when we got back but it eventually got up to 65 at 4:30 and then started down.