Three Pines Bed & Breakfast and Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is 42 stories above the Penobscot Narrows Bridge which makes this observatory the tallest public bridge observatory in the world at 420 feet high. Casey closes her eyes and we ascend the elevator and exit onto the platform of floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the vast picturesque panorama. There is a group of children from a local summer camp on a field trip during our visit and a young camper turns to us and tells us his name, asks where we are from, and ...
... Atlantic. Then we went inland and hiked all the way around Jordan's Pond. With sore feet and aching bodies we retreated to our motel to relax a little before going into town for dinner. The crowds have left town. Our motel is almost deserted. I'm just sitting outside, in front of our room enjoying the quiet and warm evening air. The Bar Harbor Motel is spread out in ...
... and has fresh lobster, haddock, stone crab claws, etc flown in weekly by his sons during his stay in FL which he sells to happy Floridians who love fresh fish. We drove out to the end of the pier in Stonington and found Jim ...
... the night. The best advice I can give you, don't approach a foreign border at 2 am (we had forgotten the little fact of a time zone change), driving very slowly and then attempt to make a U-turn. The border patrol officers frown heavily upon this.
This guy comes out of the booth, yielding a flash light and starts talking in a not very welcoming voice. I try to explain that we are headed to Saint John but I really did not want to cross the border ...
... t got my full on walking gear so don't think I want to look like the tourist who went out in trainers I head to the shops. Which are 45 mins away. But had a good mooch round various huge superstores covering all kinds of goods including a pink 'my first rifle'. And they wonder why they have problems. Although it is much more hunting country here. I'd be more worried if I saw it in a city. The weather cleared up a bit and I headed back for ...