Travel Blogs from Maine, United States

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The Day Before, Bethel, United States travel blog

The Day Before

A travel blog entry by thurstll

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Hello everyone, I am running around going crazy, I think I might be a little nervous about the trip. I am so excited to be going and so excited that I finally got this blog up and running. Wow, what a chore! I now have a link to my blog on Facebook. ...

20th of june, Portland, United States travel blog

20th of june

A travel blog entry by nicoleduncan88

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... goin to the outlet village in the morning called river view and then goin to this little beach and then at night goin to a seafood reastraunt where the serve the famous maine lobsters. i cant wait!!! will tell you how that goes soon. love nicole ...

Acadia - Day One, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia - Day One

A travel blog entry by wsult3

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... for through traffic and the other gives travelers a place to park wherever they see fit. The shoreline of this area of Maine is NOTHING like NC's coast. Everywhere you look there is salmon-colored rocks and cliffs that shoot straight down into the ...

Even further North to Acadia National Park, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

Even further North to Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by rob.franklin.

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... the top east corner we hit cruise control going west. I don’t know what you call it but there is a sliver of the states  west of“ the mid west “  that’s full of mountains, canyons, rocks and rivers and was probably the ...

Lobster and Lumberjacks, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

Lobster and Lumberjacks

A travel blog entry by siggymadda09

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... was so much work to get out and it cost so much!  After we were finished eating, we rushed off to see Timber Tina's Maine LumberJack Show, which we had driven past that morning and then found a brochure for at Beal's.  We arrived a little late, but all ...

Gearing up!, Camden, United States travel blog

Gearing up!

A travel blog entry by sarahinsoafrica

In a few short weeks I'll be leaving my small town in Maine and heading to South Africa for a semester of studying abroad. One of the reasons I was drawn to Stonehill when visiting colleges several years ago was the strong study abroad program, and I am ...

Leaving on a jet plane..., Camden, United States travel blog

Leaving on a jet plane...

A travel blog entry by sarahinsoafrica

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... believe I’m leaving tomorrow! Time has flown by, and I’m happy I’ve gotten the chance to enjoy some quality Maine time with family and friends before leaving on this next adventure.  I’ve finally managed to pack (for the most ...

Roadside Americana, Newport, United States travel blog

Roadside Americana

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... never ate lunch, we decide to make a brief stop at one of Maine's famous food/ice cream stands. We spy Sawyer's Dairy Bar in Newport, Maine and decide it's worth a stop. It looks like it's been here since the 1940's or at least the 50's. I love these old ...

Camp comes to an end..., Poland, M, United States travel blog

Camp comes to an end...

A travel blog entry by sc89

The last week of camp was busy....with Brigadoon, the Staff Party, Memory Night, Senior Serenade and Shield Night. Everything went well, with most people sad that 8 great weeks were coming to an end. Before we knew it, it was time to start packing. ...

Driving the coast, Bath, United States travel blog

Driving the coast

A travel blog entry by dom_anna

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... for lunch at Young's Lobster Pound - it was actually quite pricey but it was really good.  Afterwards, I went to a Maine Marine Museum in Rockland.  It was very interesting - for those interested in engineering, read about the fresnel light: ...

Maine Coastal Rt 1, Coastal Rt 1, United States travel blog

Maine Coastal Rt 1

A travel blog entry by tumi1213

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... although ships today tend to rely on GPS. Inside the old keeper's house is the Fishermen's Museum, displaying artifacts of Maine lighthouses and the fishing/lobster industry. The three-foot long mounted lobster is truly impressive! The museum has quite ...

All nature, no man: Canada to the US!, Bangor, United States travel blog

All nature, no man: Canada to the US!

A travel blog entry by maggie360

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It's another early morning for us as we're eager to make our way south and to the USofA. Fortunately there's power so we can eat some breakfast. Amazing how expensive this town is with everything having to get airlifted over. $20 for two scrambled eggs ...

Where the hell did we land?, Portland, United States travel blog

Where the hell did we land?

A travel blog entry by scott_and_kerry

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Scott and I landed in the most bizarre campground near Portland. It was a redneck retiree RV park/ /family campground/night club. I can not begin to describe what we witnessed,but I will try. Here are a few highlights. 1. there was karoke( mostly little ...

They Say It's Your Birthday, Ogunquit, ME, United States travel blog

They Say It's Your Birthday

A travel blog entry by gleckelgirls

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... spree -- we all loved that stop, didn't we, Dad?!) It's pretty amazing that time has not slowed at all since we returned to the States. If anything, it has sped up. It's hard to believe that we left Delhi almost 3 weeks ago and that we'll be home so ...

Trip New England - Acadia National Park!, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

Trip New England - Acadia National Park!

A travel blog entry by marcosbt

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Success, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Success

A travel blog entry by rachnharry

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... The landscape was still wooded but was starting to look a bit more rugged and bleak, the weather was turning greyer too.  The Maine state line was very unpretentious– the only one we have crossed that didn’t have a huge welcome sign, and it ...

Overnighter in Searsport..., Searsport, United States travel blog

Overnighter in Searsport...

A travel blog entry by lynandgrae

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We had planned to reach the town of Bangor (Maine) for the night, but after talking to an (American) woman during breakfast at the bnb decided to drop down to Belfast on the coast, because of the better scenery down there. Going through customs ...

Excellent Park, Friendliest owners ever!, Bucksport, United States travel blog

Excellent Park, Friendliest owners ever!

A travel blog entry by the2poes

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We stayed at Shady Oaks Monday through Friday morning and were really happy with this RV park.  The owners were very helpful and friendly.  Monday evening we drove to Young's Lobster Pound which was recommended to us by Valerie and Jason.  ...

Ba Ha Ba (Bar Harbour in Boston Accent!), Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Ba Ha Ba (Bar Harbour in Boston Accent!)

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada

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... , no matter what its size. The final day was one of travelling back toward Boston, seeing our last glimpses of the beautiful Maine coastlines. Freeport was our stop for lunch, it's known as one of the first outlet towns in America, and as such ...

HOME SWEET HOME!, Orrington, ME, United States travel blog

HOME SWEET HOME!

A travel blog entry by hanscomxcountry

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... we’re back home safely and that we did this whole thing. (Jana)  It’s the first time coming into Maine from a trip that I noticed how numerous and beautiful the trees are along the interstate.  I want to thank everyone that helped ...

Winnebago Girls..., Portland, United States travel blog

Winnebago Girls...

A travel blog entry by atollafield

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2 weeks into camp, i have so much to say...going back to my last entry... Our staff day off was pretty awesome. After breakfast we went shopping in Freeport where there are loads of shopping outlets; Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie and Fitch etc, bang goes ...

Seeking 4th, Exeter, United States travel blog

Seeking 4th

A travel blog entry by laura421

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... way home.  What a night!             Other years we stayed in Maine for the 4th, watching disappointingly unartistic and short fireworks in Bangor, Bar Harbor, Newport, Bethel, and in other small cities and towns. ...

Happy Campers, Poland, United States travel blog

Happy Campers

A travel blog entry by matthewman1

We have been at camp for 6 weeeeeks!! Sorry for the huge gap in updates, there are now pics on facebook, im still figuring how to get them on here... Anyway, the kids are here and everything is going swimmingly. Mainly because the weather is hot hot HOT ...

Up In The Air..., Harrison, United States travel blog

Up In The Air...

A travel blog entry by jordancp

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Yea so things have been really up in the air since my last post. My day off was awesome (I think I left it there) last Saturday, we went to a Lobster Shack after chilling on the beach all day, had some food and watched the moon rise over the ocean ...

Lobstah Country, Old Orchard Beach, United States travel blog

Lobstah Country

A travel blog entry by happytrails123

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... hurricane Joaquin's progress on the weather channel.  Florida isn't in any danger but anywhere up the east coast could be including Maine.  A partly sunny day, we took the pups for a long walk around the campground and a free run in a ...

Day 32  Cruise  - Bar Harbour Maine, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 32 Cruise - Bar Harbour Maine

A travel blog entry by jas20j

Today we tendered into Bar Harbour. The port is a popular summer resort for the people of Maine. Dating back to the late 18th century, this famous port was built on shipbuilding, lumbering and fishing. It is also home to Lobster. We have never seen ...

Still traveling .... but it's not the same, Augusta, United States travel blog

Still traveling .... but it's not the same

A travel blog entry by beth

... to work. So that's where it stands now. I am traveling for work around the country (I just happen to be working in Maine this week), but it's nothing like the traveling I just came from. Yes I hear people speaking different languages at work and I ...

Wayne, Maine, Wayne, United States travel blog

Wayne, Maine

A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift

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Heading to Maine I (Rachael) was looking forward to seeing my friend Meg who I hadn't seen for years. After an autumnus scenic drive we arrived at Kents Hill, a small village which is centred around the very prestigious High School where Meg works. After ...

Show, Portland, United States travel blog

Show

A travel blog entry by bdgj

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All the way south through Americas, New Portland, United States travel blog

All the way south through Americas

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

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