The Jolly Drayman at The Briar Lea Inn
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... the road. We heard the 40+ dogs morning and evening when they were let out to run. They probably kept wildlife away from our campground! On the way to Ottawa you go through the Dixville Notch - a really neat notch between small mountains and in Errol Maine is a great store - something for everyone - camping, fishing, hunting, clothes, food and hardware!! We always find neat stuff there.
... aged 7-16 about to begin their next day at camp. Breakfasts were bagels, pancakes, eggs & sausage, cereal, oats, and fruit and pretty much always satisfied. After breakfast the campers headed to their bunks for bunk ordering with the help of female staff and the male staff went about running errands or getting the day ready. Activities started straight after assembly at around 9 and ran until lunch. Working in ski involved driving boats, spotting ...
... one car at a time. This made for some nerve testing moments, especially since this is the only road up/down the mountain!
Imagine two cars passing with a fraction of an inch between their side mirrors and a steep drop down with no barrier at the edge of the road! But don't let that scare you!
If you get the chance to take the road to the top by all means do it! The views are breath-taking and will afford everyone a zen-like experience.
Once at the top, ...
... and people are getting the beach towels out. She laughed in our faces when we asked her if she was too cold and preferred to move somewhere warmer like Florida.
She has been living in the Northeast for her entire life, interestingly enough in West Hartford, Conn., which is the next town over from where I grew up. Kelly's niece Beth flew from California to New York and drove the two of them to Maine.
Kelly is a bit of a rebel. On Wednesday, she ...
... my way with my very unused French that somehow managed to merge with Spanish to become some weird fusion of languages (This was definitely better than when I was trying to learn Spanish and I kept mixing my sentences with Japanese!). I knew enough to successfully procure a donut for both me and Ben from Tim Horton's. This place is like the McDonald's of Canada, so I was excited to visit this establishment:)
After getting the donuts at Tim Horton's, Ben noticed ...