Three Pines Bed & Breakfast and Farm
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Travel Blogs from Hancock
... but after looking at the map I've lost my desire to go that far out of the way. I think I'm beginning to get a bit travel weary. In a couple of days we'll be heading west. We still have a lot to see and many adventures ahead, but there is something inside that wants to get back home. Agh! I just got one of those pesky Mosquitos. I'm going back inside. Until tomorrow, ...
... the car – Peter organized that perfectly – a super SUV (practical tip: hotwire rulez!)! And we went on the highway to Portland, looking forward to an exciting whale watching tour – for both of us the first time! It was a rather big boat, weather not too bad, just a little big fogy. And after 1 ½ hour we approached the whale area and the captain carefully watched the surface of the sea, so did everybody else. Suddenly quite close ...
... would not be so bad (he said, typing on his new laptop using the local wifi).
Finally making it to New Hampshire, we stayed in another mostly vacant campground (very late in the season), but there are some perks to doing that. In this case, the campground had a game room with ping pong and a pool table, and we had it to ourselves for the three nights we were there.
We spent one full day in camp to do boring stuff like laundry and work, and then ...
... kept some people away, but thankfully for us the torrential rain we had experienced in the morning had subsided to a mere drizzle. We made a brief stop at the information centre at the park entrance and drove southwest to the southernmost point of the park. We checked into the Seawall Campground and drove down to take a look at the lighthouse. It was under reconstruction, so it wasn’t great and the overcast weather wasn’t perfect for taking ...
... Those two made quite the characters and led a bit of a dramatic life, judging by the visiting friends that they were always willing to help out - even if they ended up with a punctured tire for it. Everyone knew them! Unfortunately, most of their visiting friends also smoked, so between the smoke, whatever was in the air from such an old house, and the looooong project time, a few of us were quite eager to exit the premises! A skill building, yet educational experience, if you ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed