The Rangeley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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... behind us. The rates were posted, and the attendant demanded cash. I asked if I needed to sign in, and they said no. A little strange, for sure. When we entered the room, we saw a strange piece of furniture or sculpture next to the bed. It was about 20 inches wide, four feet long, and had two humps, one about three feet high, and one about two feet high, kind of like a miniature roller coaster. Huh. Weird. Until we saw the poster on the wall. Four rows and five columns ...
... that will whizz you through the air To Maine or Spain or Africa if you just tell it where So will you let it take you where you've never been before Or will you buy some drapes to match and lay it on the floor? The magic carpet will be leaving Maine on the 16th arriving in Lisbon, Portugal on the 17th. From there I think I will head north to visit some of the ...
Today was bittersweet as it was our last day with the Shifrins and our time in Maine was drawing to a close. Besides, we needed to start thinking about things like getting the kids to the Doctor so they could enrol in school, setting up our apartment and, in general, beginning the process of readying ourselves to get back into a routine and starting school and work!!!! Therefore, what better way to enjoy our final day then to pack up the car and head back down to Dummers ...
Today was Jess and Sara's turn to have a day out and exploring so while Tim and Brett stayed home and played with the kids, they loaded up and headed out for the day. Their destination was the Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay Harbor. While there, according to reliable information, they enjoyed a lovely walk around and explore of the different gardens, spent much of the day discussing and then solving all of the problems of the world, enjoyed a quiet lunch in Boothbay Harbor ...
... hard work of the previous hours of walking, we all jumped in the lake and had a delightfully cool and refreshing swim. This cooling process was greatly aided by beer #3. Then we walked back down the hill and the truck for the short drive back to the Shifrin house. It was a wonderful walk and great to get out in the Maine mountains and remember the different scenery and environment provided by northern New England hardwoods. The only complaint about the walk was the aching leg muscles ...