White Cedar Inn Bed and Breakfast
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We drove from Ogunquit to Freeport and stayed at a charming bed and breakfast. There were maple trees in the yard with buckets attached to catch the syrup. We walked to L.L. Bean and shopped. That store is enormous and open 24/7, 365 days per year. We had lobster at a local restaurant. My favorite was "lazy man's lobster". It was already out of the shell! Great!
... a bus across America teaching people about permaculture and resiliency. They converted their bus to run on vegetable oil and used it as a tool to spread the word that communities can work together to be sustainable. As with everyone I've met in America so far, Lesley extended her hospitality and invited me to join her on a road trip tomorrow, she's going to show me Brunswick and some towns north of here on our way ...
It's well documented that communities pull together in times of need. I learnt about a great example of this when I was in Boston. Carol a timebank member told me about neighbors for neighbors. ( http://neighborsforneighbors.org/ ) An initiative set up by a Boston resident during a major snowfall. The website united people who were snowed into their houses or couldn't dig out their cars with people in their area who ...
Here is a collection of things I have learnt while in Portland. 1. The state bird of Maine is the Chickadee 2. A large number of Timebanks shut within 3 years of starting up. 3. Stephen and Louisa love The I.T Crowd 4. Whole Food stores are amazing 5. Nestlé have bought local water brand "Poland Springs" 6. The population of Portland is 55,000 and swells to 100,000 in summer 7. The Hour Exchange ...
Today I went out on Stephen and Louisa's boat. It was glorious, I wore my anchor vans and hoisted the main sail twice! The weather here is prone to change. As Louisa and Stephen said "if you don't like the weather wait a minute" Here are two pics of the same shot of the harbour, one with heavy fog and one clear ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
This is a quaint bed and breakfast where we spent one night. It is walking distance to L. L. Bean.
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