Peacock House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Lubec
... we washed down with beers and handcrafted sodas. We chatted with some of the local fellows who dropped in for a tasty lunch, contemplating the mysteries of the universe to everyone's delight.
They reminded us to look for wild blueberry fields as we continued north and so we kept looking. But wild blueberries are wild and it wasn't the season yet and so they weren't really noticeable to us. But when we entered Cherryfield, we knew we were in ...
... off the side of the road and eating leaves would have been better than a gourmet salad. Like an oasis in a dessert, we found Maine Wild Blueberry Land. The giant, indigo dome building was home to Mecca for Maine blueberry lovers, and with Mark and I being two devout followers, we absolutely stopped to go inside. Everything inside was blue. Blueberry cookbooks, blueberry mugs, blueberry coffee, blueberry muffins, a blueberry throne to sit on. ...
... growing up there. Not a good place to be in your twenties. Most people move away for more opportunities of employment. My Mom and cousin Peg and her husband still live there. I remember a flood tide hitting the town and putting the main street under about six feet of water. They estimated that tide at 32 feet, one of the highest tides in the world. Enjoy your stay in Lubec."
... it to be like the Midwest or Florida. I don't recall seeing more than a dozen widely spread newer homes, no developments or growth in the small towns. I'm sure inside the walls many are very nice, but I am grateful for our guidelines that keep our neighborhoods and small towns beautiful.
We arrived in Calais, Maine which is the cross over bridge into Canada. It is as far east and close to Canada as ...
We had been told about the 'reversing falls' in this area but didn't think we'd be able to find them. So it was by pure fortuitous chance that we stumbled across them when we were leaving town.
The tide wasn't quite right but you could see them working. Wasn't hugely impressive but would be good to see them in full working order.
The 'scenic coastal' route we had been riding hadn't been that great so we just got on the TCH and ...