West Quoddy Head Light Station B&B
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... away and situated on a steep slope just off the road. They were having a charity event with the local animal shelter, so the place was packed. We parked the car and walked up the hill to the tasting room. The winery had a live band playing and people were enjoying the sun on picnic tables outside. It looks as though there had been a picnic earlier in the day. We were served immediately by the owner, who was friendly and attentive with ...
... is now a sort of visitor center) was having new siding done. The tide was out and it dropped down 26 feet! We had just learned about the Bay of Fundy in Canada that drops 37 feet. It would be neat to see it come back in but we moved on.
Our plan was to have lobster for dinner, but instead we ended up at a family restaurant and had clams and fish. Lobster will wait for tomorrow.
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... It's happened to me more times than I care to remember.
She led the way to the crossing at St Stephens. The queue was long and slow. We sat on our bikes watching the poor people having their belongings spread out for the world to see by the Canadian Guards.
We got to the guard and he checked us at the same time. Michelle got straight through, as she would and I had to go in to the office. Here we go again !
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Lubec is the most eastern point in the U.S. and where the sun rises to touch the U.S. first. It also is where the bridge crosses into New Brunswick where you find the summer home of FDR. This is looking at the Bay of Fundy.
The island ...
... Bastille on his return to France in 1717.The city he helped found, Detroit, became the world center of automobile production in the 20th century. William H. Murphy and Henry M. Leland, founders of the Cadillac auto company, paid homage to him by using his name for their company and his armorial bearings as its logo in 1902. Various places bear his name in North America, in particular Cadillac Mountain, Maine, and the town of Cadillac, ...