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I'm writing this from Lubec, Maine, the eastern most town in the continental US. It was a short drive this morning from Calais down to Lubec. Just about an hour. Karen wanted to visit Campobello Island and see the Roosevelt's cottage. This is where FDR spent his summers as a child and later as an adult. Later on Eleanor Roosevelt spent much of her time here as well. Although on Canadian soil, this is the only jointly managed ...
... Tuesdays. We had a look around anyway, it was pretty cool. We had one incident with the Mini this afternoon. We stopped for gas here in Calais, which is perfectly normal. When I tried to start the Mini the key wouldn't turn in the ignition switch. I tried and tried, but no luck. I then pushed the Mini out of the pump island to a parking space so I could try to get the ignition switch to work. Finally I got ...
... and the US was non-existent. So here we are at St Andrews which is a pretty little seaside town which specialises in whale watching tours and has 25ft tides. We found a little Inn right on the waterfront on the towns main street, which is pretty quiet, and our room has a large window which looks right out over the Passamaquoddy Bay Tonight we will go out and have dinner at one of the restaurants also overlooking the bay as Ross is hoping to get his last taste of ...
We had been told about the 'reversing falls' in this area but didn't think we'd be able to find them. So it was by pure fortuitous chance that we stumbled across them when we were leaving town.
The tide wasn't quite right but you could see them working. Wasn't hugely impressive but would be good to see them in full working order.
The 'scenic coastal' route we had been riding hadn't been that great so we just got on the TCH and ...
As luck would have it, we time it perfectly so we arrive at historic West Quoddy Head Lighthouse in Lubec, Maine at sunset. Originally built of wood in 1808, it had to be rebuilt in the 1830's of stone. The structure that now stands was built out of brick in 1858. Now automated, the tower is fully opened so you can climb to the top and check out the lens and the ...
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