The Marston House

Address: Main Street at Middle Street , Wiscasset, Maine, 04578, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on Main Street at Middle Street , Wiscasset, is near Oven's Mouth Preserve, Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway, Castle Tucker, and Cod Cove Antiques.
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    Boothbay Harbour

    A travel blog entry by yatz on Oct 08, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... non government by the Republicans, that Trump a non politician is loved - he could be the next President. Fox is so viscous towards Hilary Clinton and the Democrats - they have no chance if you are a Fox viewer. (I thought the ABC was bad - but Fox takes journalism to a new level.) Lobster again for dinner - decadent. Just think in a weeks time it will be boring CSIRO sensible eating. Sightings: squirrel, bald eagle, turkey Mileage: 144 ...

    October 8, 2015

    A travel blog entry by tlgraetz on Oct 08, 2015

    1 comment

    Whew! We arrived in Richmond, ME, last night around 7pm. We visited the Niagara Falls, USA side, having traveled through Canada on Monday. The colors have gradually brightened and have increased in intensity as we've traveled northeast... On Tuesday, we arrived in Montgomery, Vermont for a dinner and an overnight visit with Larry's second cousin, Kim Quinn Smith and her husband, Tommy. Their country home is located in the heart of Vermont, complete with beautiful rolling ...

    Crossing New England

    A travel blog entry by vbbennie on Oct 06, 2015

    6 photos

    ... we could see the ocean, meant that we spent far too much time going down dead ends. Seems the coast is either privately owned or is national park therefore forest. We were envisioning something out of the 'Sarah Plain & Tall' series. Maine is the area where she grew up, and her aunts, the unclaimed treasures, lived. It is a lovely movie/book. After a very slow drive down the coast ...

    The Windsor Fair

    A travel blog entry by tah101f2015 on Oct 05, 2015

    7 photos

    ... homemade things and just small nik naks. In some of the bigger kiosks they sell cars and four wheelers and tractors or hot tubs, all sorts of different things that vary from small to large. There are so many different rides for kids of all ages such as the ferris wheel, which is probably the most common. Rides like the tornado and the zipper are made more for teenagers and then they make rides like the merry go round and the bumblebees for the toddlers. ...

    The Famous Desert of Maine

    A travel blog entry by tah101f2015 on Oct 05, 2015

    12 photos

    ... takes about half an hour unless you are like me and tend to speed walk, then it may only take you 15 minutes. After your tour you can also visit the Tuttle Barn which houses the farm museum. It shows you a history of the property and also has sand from all around the world. In the gift shop you can buy a little glass jar to take home and collect your own sand to send back to them. They have sand from places like Japan, Germany, Hawaii and other interesting places.