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... honestly didn't care about. But she did...and didn't complain at all. Not once.
Lastly, I'm going to share a few photos of the trip that didn't make the first cut and were not previously published.
Thank you for following our trek across the country, We thoroughly enjoyed the trip and loved your "likes" and comments.
We plan on publishing a book of our "blog" and will enjoy it for years to come.
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
This is our last day at the RV park, but our first day of sightseeing as part of the SMART Caravan. So we formed up to carpool to the Fort Knox State Historical Site and the Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory in Bucksport, ME.
Fort Knox is the original "Fort Knox" although it was never completed. Nearly $1M was spent to build the fort over 25 years. The American Revolution and the War of ...
... freeway"option. After a very frustrating day of travel we arrived in Belfast, Maine. Although we are on Penobscot Bay, it's still the Atlantic. Belfast is a really cute little fishing/resort town. We have a nice motel just outside of town. Since we have no more folkssport walks until Lansing, Michigan, we get to sleep in tomorrow. In the afternoon we'll head up to Bar Harbor to stay for two nights. ...
... and put where its supposed to be, its close enough and we even have some room left - big shock to me.
During one of my trips to Rockland, I parked as close to the Atlantic Ocean as I could without getting the tires wet - and will do the same thing in northern California to show the Pacific. See photo.
Access to Wifi will be hit and miss, we'll check in as we can - for the next 3 months.
Time to wake the dog.
Dixie and I went on yet another adventure to the Town of Owls Head, Maine capturing the true heart of this Coastal Community. Lobster. We learned that the Lobstermen of these parts pull out there Lobster traps and buoys just before winter because of the harsh weather conditions consistently staying in the teens and well into the negative temperatures. Most Lobstermen pull up these traps by hand hence why its absolutely understandable why they are all stacked on this ...