Old Iron Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It is September 29, 1960 and I have reached the top of Maine known as Aroostook County. This is a major potato growing area. I drove through Maines pinde wilderness on state route 11. I stayed in Rocinante for the night. I met a great family and had them over for wine. The family that came over was French Canadians and they were very nice. They crossed the border each year to help with the harvest. I enjoyed Aroostook. Now it is time for me to head to Lancaster New Hampshire. ...
The next adventure for Steinbeck and Charley happened upon the 29th of September.Steinbeck and Charley finally reached the top of Maine and came to an area that was called Aroostook County Maine.In this part of Maine,Steineck and Charley had a meal with some canadians who would help out for the harvest times.During this time Steinbeck met and enjoyed his time with a group of people called the ...
... us about a little restaurant just down the road and so we stopped to taste their fare. Bill had his fill of pea soup, homemade pizza & fries but I noticed homemade raisin pie and decided dessert was for lunch today! We carried on to Grand Falls/Grand Sault were we made camp. We were perched atop the gorge which is 70 meters high and 1.5 km long! We went for a leisurely walk along a boardwalk and stair trail to view the gorge and the falls! Fantastic ...
Today, I met some Canucks that came down to pick potatoes. I sent Charley over to scout them out and meet them. I shared a bottle of Cognac with the adults and made friendly conversation with them in the Rocinante. They were interested in Charley's French origins. I left the bottle in their camp the next day as a memento.
... but until you see the verdant greens and the swells of the land, you cannot understand. In addition, there were granite protrusions forming hills, then mountains that dotted the landscape. Once we turned toward Maine, the landscape changed to become more mountainous with rivers and lakes. The roads were very good and we got to experience a lot of road construction, but it was well controlled. ...