The Weston House

26 Boynton St., Eastport, Maine, 04631, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Eastport

We arrived!

A travel blog entry by redjoy on Sep 03, 2014

... of a beautiful library (not sure now if it is picture or a video actually).

So far I love it here. I don't have time enough to write all the exciting things we see but I am also taking notes.

Oh yes, did I mention that we were listening to 'The River God' by Wilbur Smith? We finished it -- very good. Now we have started the second book of the Egyptian Series (of 4) 'The Seventh Scroll;

Bye for now -- adventure awaits ...

St. Andrews, then BACK IN THE USA!

A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 31, 2014

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... Courthouse, a man stuck his head out the door and asked if we wanted to take a look inside (it was closed to the public today). We learned he was a volunteer tour guide for the building and we were lucky enough to get a private tour, learning the history of the Courthouse and adjacent jail (they spell it gaol) which now houses the county archives.

Built in 1840, the Courthouse is now ...

Reversing Falls, Eastport, Maine, and Mustard

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 27, 2014

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... of Eastport we noticed Raye's Mustard. So we stopped to check it out. The building and business have been there since 1900. Their stone ground mustard has won blue ribbons at International and Napa Valley mustard competitions. We took their mini-tour in the back to see how they make mustard. The millstones they use to grind the mustard seeds are the original stones that were put in place in 1900. We then ...

Sight seeing!

A travel blog entry by thesairs on Jul 31, 2012

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... We were both very surprised by this 'easternmost' town. It has quite a few shops, restaurants as well as some stunning views across the bay to Canada. Back in the day this town was the heart of the sardine industry and contained dozens of factories for the catching, cleaning and canning of them. The factories are all gone but the city still maintains its old time charm. ...

In My Footsteps: Lubec, Maine

A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund on Oct 05, 2010

... What makes West Quoddy Head unique is its red and white stripes which make it look like a big brick barbershop pole. Built in 1857 the lighthouse sits on the grounds of Quoddy Head State Park, just east of the town of Lubec. It is a very remote area, much like the town of Lubec is as well, which ...

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