The Brewster Inn
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... our feet, finally ready to go.
"Rule number 3:" Zan says, “Never be the first one to put on your pack.”
We look from one to the other around the circle. No one wants to break the new rule. “Fine, I’ll do it,” Julie says.
The first part of the day is about what we are used to. Zan has dubbed roots “ankle rollers”, and rocks “ankle breakers”.
“Get it, rollers and breakers?”
... assured us the air was good and that a crew member would be down there walking around to make sure everything was ok.
The ferry was recently bought by this ferry company from Greece. It’s 14 years old and in good shape. And it is huge. We watched them load 4 semis and at least 6 RVs. Then they filled it with cars, I don’t even know how many, but they kept coming for over 30 ...
... melted by the time I get back; maybe we'll be able to see the bare ground again; maybe all the mud on the roads will have dried up after all the melting; maybe it will get up to the 50s or (fingers crossed) the 60s during the daytime and stay above freezing at night. Wishful thinking. Here we can expect a frost up until Memorial Day, so our growing season is very short as we can have a frost in mid-September, around the time of the full moon. There ...
... the post office, mailed Stargazer's items home, and then had some awesome burgers from the local pizza joint, Angelos Pizza. Then we headed to resupply for the climb up Big K tomorrow. On the way to Abol bridge we helped a guy repair his vehicle. He had snapped off the lug bolts, so we helped him fish new ones through the back side of the rotor, so he could reattach his wheel. After all that, we headed to Old State Road - a bumpy, unkept - but legal to drive on road ...
... feeling settled in our new home. We played trivia on Wednesday with some friends of ours at Paddy Murphy's pub in Downtown Bangor and took 6th place (as well as a mixed bag of chocolates!).
Thursday was another exercise and study night as I was packing to leave for Alicia's wedding in DC the next day. I had fearfully been awaiting ...