Three Pines Bed & Breakfast and Farm
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Travel Blogs from Hancock
... DiMatteo's - see Deborah's write up. Excellent food, for a reasonable price!! The B&B we stayed at is called The Yankee Lady, had a couple of good breakfasts there. On July 4th, we headed out of Dodge (read: Bar Harbor) prior to the start of the parade, as we did not want to be stuck there. Good thing too, because as we headed out of town, the number of vehicles coming the other looked like a parade in itself. Whew! dodged that bullet!
We took a different route ...
... days in the state of Maine, with only one day of rain, last night we thought it was raining, but it was pine needles pounding on the roof of the RV. Pretty cool to see the ground, the little red car and our RV covered in pine needles.
As we pulled onto the highway to make our way to our next destination, NEW HAMPSHIRE, the pine needles were spraying the highway. Well, eat my pine ...
... the morning tidying up the music room and seeing what we have to use (and what needs repairing), which is all incredibly exciting :-) The weather is beautiful! Been in shorts the last couple of days which is useful for the painting...hopefully I'll be picking up a bit of a tan soon :-p Got a night off tonight, so going to Walmart...I'll let you know how it goes in your next instalment ;-) ...
... Sand Beach. Standing on the shores of the beach watching surfers catch the waves, I thought of our time at Tofino, BC when we were there in February watching people do the same thing on the Pacific Ocean. I love the combination of water surrounded by mountains. Water, alluring but scary for me (I don’t know how to swim), the mountains for the spirit and mystery that this terrain holds, I need to climb them. Coming to Cadillac Mountain and ...
... The three amigos, Maggie, Aiden and McKenna are put to the test as they measure, touch, blow on claws and answer questions about molting, exoskeletons.... an “A” to each in Lobster 101. On shore we head to the West St. Café for chowdah and blueberry pie, never a disappointment here. Then it’s time to rev up the cell phones as Maggie checks in with Mom and Dad. I am surprised there was any service in town at all though as I’ve never seen so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed