Travel Blogs from Maine, United States

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Yay, we reached the other ocean!! Portland, Maine, Portland, United States travel blog

Yay, we reached the other ocean!! Portland, Maine

A travel blog entry by hendrika

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... people come in the fall to this area for all the colors. We drove thru New Hampshire (for about 5 minutes, hahaha) and entered Maine. I was excited to make it to "the other" ocean. Johannah and I are both sooooo ready for some pounding of waves, feel ...

A long long way from home..., Portland, United States travel blog

A long long way from home...

A travel blog entry by atollafield

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Hi all...heres the first installment of part 2. Firstly i want to say i did type this entry 3 days after i arrived in Maine but it crashed just before i sent it and i havent had time to get to a computer since. So here we go, fingers crossed... It took ...

Sleepovers and Shots..., Falmouth, United States travel blog

Sleepovers and Shots...

A travel blog entry by zolab

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... and a little bit mad. His mom said he might meet us to see the polar bears. I hope so! Now we are on our way to Maine to see my cousins Andrew and Nic. I also traded emails with two kids who are also traveling around the world. I hope I get to ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Portland, United States travel blog

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

A travel blog entry by saraishness

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In the morning we were all to happy leave our hotel room. Let's just say that it was not the best place we have ever stayed in...first of all the only room left was a smoking room. And actually, that was not a major problem, the room didn't really smell ...

Row, Row, Row Our Boat, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

Row, Row, Row Our Boat

A travel blog entry by nklenske

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... , bought some blueberry wine, and went hiking along the rocky coast on the less traveled side of the island. Concluded our stay in Maine on a little piece of nature owned by the Nature Conservancy on the waters edge. Sat in some adirondack chairs, drank a ...

Livin' on Long Lake, Harrison, United States travel blog

Livin' on Long Lake

A travel blog entry by drcajunstyle

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... a long drive from Spray Beach, New Jersey to Marlborough, Massachusetts, and then a car change for a further drive up to Harrison, Maine (around 450 miles) we finally arrived at our cottage by the lake. There were 8 of us staying there for the 4 nights, ...

Lost with Beers at 10AM, Portland, United States travel blog

Lost with Beers at 10AM

A travel blog entry by anniela

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After all the excitement at Rhode Island, my friends and I decide to venture out to Maine! I've never really been there and I heard it was a nice little area. The original plan was to hit up a mountain and go snowboarding. We left bright and early and ...

Ah, Bah Habuh!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Ah, Bah Habuh!

A travel blog entry by wsult3

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... confused me until she explained that out of 12 traps, only 9 of them will have ONE keepable lobster in it - ONE! According to Maine fishing laws, lobsters must be of a certain size in order to be kept. It's a wonder we have the amount of lobster we ...

wekeela, Portland, United States travel blog

wekeela

A travel blog entry by nicoleduncan88

wow, alot has happened since i last wrote my blog! so we did go on our big trip. It started at 10 in the morning when we left wekeela and headed to this designer outlet place where i bought a pair of abercrombie and fitch jeans for like 20 pounds. we ...

Not Much to Say, But I'll Say It Anyway..., Harrison, United States travel blog

Not Much to Say, But I'll Say It Anyway...

A travel blog entry by jordancp

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So Saturday I get my first full day off, from 9.30am til 1am....I can't wait! They messed up the rota this week so somehow I've been put on four evening bunk duties and Anne only has two, meaning I haven't had a break from the kids for 2 straight ...

Pre-Camp and Walmart, Harrison, United States travel blog

Pre-Camp and Walmart

A travel blog entry by jordancp

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Heya all Cheers for the comments, nice to know I'm still loved out here! Pre-camp is going quite well, having quite a few meetings at the moment and all getting to know eachother...for example we've just finished having a workshop on communication ...

Fryeburg, ME (69 miles), Fryeburg, United States travel blog

Fryeburg, ME (69 miles)

A travel blog entry by vagabondlively

Today was the big mountain of New Hampshire. The last major peak of my bike ...

arrival, Portland, United States travel blog

arrival

A travel blog entry by nicoleduncan88

i have just spent my first evening at camp and it is amazing! but i will start at the beginning, I left Glasgow 2 days ago to a very tearful family and then took a flight to heathrow with my friend christopher who is going to the same camp as me. ...

Pine Trees and a Lotta Moose, Augusta, United States travel blog

Pine Trees and a Lotta Moose

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... spring 1991 when headed for a conference in Quebec City, Canada. I flew into Boston, rented a car and drove the New England States, staying in B&B's (because I owned one then). I stayed at Northwest Harbor (not Bar) in a nice homey B&B by Acadia ...

Back in the USA, York, United States travel blog

Back in the USA

A travel blog entry by k8eandco

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Well, Friends and Family, We are back in Maine again (for us) and in Massachusetts for Ruth... Back to reality, yes, but still filled with the glow of this shared experience of making memories, meeting new people and following in the ...

Alot of driving..., Skowhegan, United States travel blog

Alot of driving...

A travel blog entry by six-on-a-bus

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... ;Nazis. Her ship was supposed to bring her to safety in Mexico, but they weren't allowed off the boat. Mexico, the United States, and finally Canada rejected the refugees, marking a turning point in Hitler's power. She was very touching, and after ...

Yauch Holland Houseswap blog, York, United States travel blog

Yauch Holland Houseswap blog

A travel blog entry by pyauch

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Hi everyone! This is Joe Yauch! I am putting a blog together for our house swap, and thought you may like to see it! Thanks, ...

Portland and Casco Bay, Portland, United States travel blog

Portland and Casco Bay

A travel blog entry by gknopp

... Internet connection.  So here are the high spots. We had an easy run up to Portland from Portsmouth.  One thing we learned about Maine is that most every place has a "port" or a "rock" in it.  So we got up to Portland. The trip up ...

Escaping winter?, Bangor, United States travel blog

Escaping winter?

A travel blog entry by edpass

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... drove through Maine...guess what it was doing!  We HAVEN'T escaped winter. We picked up a coupon travel book at the Maine visitor center and scouted out motel options.  We opted for the Econolodge in Bangor, thinking we could become familiar ...

View from a Cadillac, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

View from a Cadillac

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... . It was a nice bright sunny morning as we drove away from the "Caron mansion", it was just a few miles to the border with Maine. We had decided to head out on the freeway to begin with and then cut across to the coast to Acadia national park. ...

wekeela, Portland, United States travel blog

wekeela

A travel blog entry by nicoleduncan88

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tuesday: this was again my day off and we all went to a place in new hampshire and went rafting. this was awesomeas ittook about 4 hours to get down and my inflatable was in the shape of a turtle. the only bad thing was that i lost my watch! after that ...

Doing Fine..., Harrison, United States travel blog

Doing Fine...

A travel blog entry by jordancp

This is just gonna be a quick update cos I'm really tired and feeling slightly sick because I've eaten too much icecream (even though it's cold outside!). Friday evening was a nightmare...apparently the girls in my bunk have a problem with me telling ...

Third Corner...can you see Key West from here?, Madawaska, United States travel blog

Third Corner...can you see Key West from here?

A travel blog entry by pmschmi

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... like the upper Midwest.  There are a lot of farms, rolling hills and water abounds. We rode across the US border at Madawaska Maine at about 11:00am today and got to our checkpoint a few minutes later.  We were delayed, not due to normal ...

Jun 26, 2009, Bangor, United States travel blog

Jun 26, 2009

A travel blog entry by mckelsos

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Touring of the island, Southwest Harbor, United States travel blog

Touring of the island

A travel blog entry by dom_anna

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... see anything else as they had a pretty steep entrance fee.  We did however take a tour of the Atlantic Brewing Company.  Maine is also known for having wild blueberries and this company is the first to have bluberry ale. Let me assure you that ...

A shopping Mecca - the real Freeport, Freeport, United States travel blog

A shopping Mecca - the real Freeport

A travel blog entry by neilandamy

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... fried seafood! The local speciality (well apart form the lobster - which we definately can't afford!). Fried haddock, clams, scallops and maine shrimps. mmmmm! We were stuffed...and we shared a plate designed for one! Back on the road...to find arcadia ...

The Harbor Hop, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

The Harbor Hop

A travel blog entry by wsult3

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... we went to was Bass Harbor so that we could see the Bass Harbor Light. This is one of the most photographed lighthouses in Maine; you may recognize it. I don't know what it is about a lighthouse that draws so many people, but it seemed as though ...

Boolie and HiKath in Maine, Ogunquit, United States travel blog

Boolie and HiKath in Maine

A travel blog entry by 1414kath

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While staying in Hampton Beach, Boolie drove down one day to take me for a day of sightseeing in Maine.   I was riding Robin's bike as I awaited her arrival and laughed as she pulled into the one way street the wrong way.   Boolie ...

Snowbound, Exeter, United States travel blog

Snowbound

A travel blog entry by laura421

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... hard too, but where we live the amounts of snow and cold temperatures were unprecedented, record breaking.  In our part of central Maine we usually receive around 100" of snow each winter; this year we are well beyond double that, and more is still ...

Jul 04, 2010, Belfast, United States travel blog

Jul 04, 2010

A travel blog entry by rebecca.mcneal

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