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Travel Blogs from Ogunquit
... at the border crossing to find out where the first campground was. (It was about a mile away with all the turns.)
Right after setting up camp Mike took the dogs for a little stroll. He returned just minutes later, soaked! I don't remember ever seeing it rain so hard so fast! There was even some more hail in it!
We are supposed to have snow/hail all night. Amazing!
... waist high and felt refreshed enough to rest in the sun a little more. When the clouds came we packed up and went back to camp for a swim in the pool. There were more than a dozen people in the pool area and not one spoke english. Apparently this area is a big Quebecer vacation spot.
After dinner and laundry were done we drove into the little town of Kennebunkport to walk the ...
... and by the time we got out everyone was a stir. The clouds above were thick black and people were talking "tornado". OH NO!!!! Got back to camp and got soaked running 5 feet from the truck to the door. There was lots of rain and thunder during dinner but the oooo's and aaaaa's of eating our lobster drowned it out.
... to catch myself, I knew it wasn't going to happen. Nope, down I went. Papers flying and surprisingly only a quiet "oh oh" was uttered. Maine is full of very thoughtful people who asked first if I was ok before I'm sure they turned and laughed. Chris helped me up, I brushed myself off and with the emergency kit Dad gave me, cleaned my wounds. At least the physical ones. I'm now sporting ...
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-Portsmouth brewery-got John and Evan beer pint glasses