Travel Blogs from Maine, United States

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Really great RV park, Harrington, United States travel blog

Really great RV park

A travel blog entry by brentandjo

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Well it was starting out well today.  Brent still was not well and we talked about just staying in Phippsburg for another day or move on for a short distance. To get to the Canadian Border was just to far for us in one day so we found a RV campground ...

Northern New England, Freeport, United States travel blog

Northern New England

A travel blog entry by andyfreshwater

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... domes and spires set against the green of the mountain slopes. Montpelier is one of the leading hospitality centres in the States and there are several establishments including a bakery which are staffed by students from the college. We chose the ...

Exploring Southern Maine, Wells, United States travel blog

Exploring Southern Maine

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... the two of them.  Snow would then give my dad an autographed copy of the latest book.  I actually have all of those and one of these days I will get around to reading them.  Enjoy this area of Maine....next Boothbay Harbor....     ...

camp, Portland, United States travel blog

camp

A travel blog entry by nicoleduncan88

So I have now been at camp for 3 days although it seems waaaaay longer! On friday we spent most of the day cleaning up the beach setting up the water front and stuff like that.we also had a couple of talks and then at night everyone headed up to the ...

Appalachian Mountains, USA, North Newry, United States travel blog

Appalachian Mountains, USA

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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... ;ezdívá, se táhne od jihu téměř z Floridy přes 16 států USA až sem, na sever do státu Maine u hranice s Kanadou. Vědecky je vlastně dokázáno, že geologicky je součástí Apalačského pohoří i ...

Ein Herbsttag in den Bergen, Bethel, United States travel blog

Ein Herbsttag in den Bergen

A travel blog entry by olih

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... aus Vermont, dazu Bratkartoffeln mit karamellisierten Zwiebeln. Außerdem zur Wahl: riesige Pancakes, mit oder ohne (natürlich in Maine gepflückten) Blueberrys, und wem das alles nicht zusagt, dem brät er die Eier auch nach Belieben mit Speck oder ...

I've a ticket to Senegal, Belfast, United States travel blog

I've a ticket to Senegal

A travel blog entry by snowinsenegal

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Hello Everyone, I'm counting down the days.  Exactly 8 days left! I have two days in Washington DC for orientation then...SENEGAL!  Am I excited? I can't even find the words to describe it.  One moment I'm focused on packing, ...

Terror Sweats, Bangor, United States travel blog

Terror Sweats

A travel blog entry by peteindira

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... would call that a close call... From the gas station we decided to head for the US border in order to cut through Maine instead of returning down the same uninteresting highways through New Brunswick and Quebec.  This worked out well as our route ...

LL Bean!, Freeport, United States travel blog

LL Bean!

A travel blog entry by wsult3

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Today, we made our way to Bar Harbor, Maine, but decided we must stop at L.L. Bean. We love L.L. Bean! Freeport, Maine is the home of the L.L. Bean company; therefore, they have retail and outlet stores for shoppers to visit. I must say I was a bit ...

Flug nach Bangor, Bangor, airport, United States travel blog

Flug nach Bangor

A travel blog entry by johannesburges

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... är. Ein ruhiger angenehmer Flug. Wolf übernahm den Funk ich flog und beendete den Flugtag mit einer ordentlichen Landung. Abends dann natürlich Maine Lobster und ein kühles Bier. Das erste (und einzige Mal) draussen sitzen beim ...

The Great Escape, Maine, United States travel blog

The Great Escape

A travel blog entry by atollafield

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Wow, what a week. Where to start... Last friday was trip day, as  my junior girls were away i joined the middies and went to a waterpark. unfortunately we got rained out and ate cardboard pizza and sat on the school bus for ages before going to get ...

Day 33 - Bar Harbor to Eustis, Eustis, United States travel blog

Day 33 - Bar Harbor to Eustis

A travel blog entry by philipnaylor

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... routine still ensured we were off, long before, we needed to be.   Our journey took us further toward the north of Maine, as we began to also head slowly back toward Quebec.    As we headed north, at the same time climbing, Chrissy ...

God Resting, Grand Lake Stream, United States travel blog

God Resting

A travel blog entry by fredchristman

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There are five Machias (God Resting) lakes in this remote region. They were formed 10,000 years ago as a sheet of ice over a mile thick receded at the end of the last Ice Age carving the land and depositing enormous boulders and rocks along the ...

To Return To Relishing, Jackman, United States travel blog

To Return To Relishing

A travel blog entry by nearhelsinki

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... bake everything they sell, and they care about what they’re doing, and they’re cheap.  We feel good omens from Maine.             By night we find a pull-off in the middle of nowhere ...

Foxboro à Wells, Wells, United States travel blog

Foxboro à Wells

A travel blog entry by ivan.robichaud

... 233;jeuner et la douche, temps de tout ramasser et démonter la tente-roulotte. Départ vers 11h30 pour Wells, au Maine. Arrivée au Wells Beach Resort, un camping ordinaire, surtout comparé à celui de Foxboro. Installés sur le ...

On the Road!, Eliot, United States travel blog

On the Road!

A travel blog entry by olsentrip08

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We headed out this morning and we have begun our trip across the ...

It's Almost Time!, Waterville, United States travel blog

It's Almost Time!

A travel blog entry by bplaisted

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Here is a preview of my host home and family! I will be on my way to Bolivia tomorrow and will be arriving sometime Friday ...

Life on a Pond, Otis, United States travel blog

Life on a Pond

A travel blog entry by followkim

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Baxter Wilderness Preserve, Millinocket, United States travel blog

Baxter Wilderness Preserve

A travel blog entry by fredchristman

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... .  I will bring my fly poles and a large assortment of trout flies.            Maine has the largest herd of moose in the contiguous US.  And the densest moose herd in the world.  ...

Acadia National Park, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by mefox13

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... I spent today at Acadia National Park in Maine.  The park is very large and covers land on a number of islands along Maine's coast with the bulk of the park being located on Mt. Desert Island.  The park's main features are tree covered ...

Portland: Lighthouse Hopping, Portland, United States travel blog

Portland: Lighthouse Hopping

A travel blog entry by olih

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Ein neuer Tag – und über Portland geht die Sonne auf. Herrlich.Was in diesem Urlaub bisher viiieeel zu kurz gekommen ist: Shopping. Na ja, nicht wirklich. Aber Freeport ist in der Nähe und da locken wieder allerlei Outlets. Allen voran L.L. Bean. ...

wekeela, Portland, United States travel blog

wekeela

A travel blog entry by nicoleduncan88

oh goodness well im goin to try and remember all the stuff i have done inbetween now and my last entry, i really am awful at keeping this up to date! well on the friday after my last entry it was trip day during which we went to new port which is a ...

Portland - Maine-ly The End, Portland, United States travel blog

Portland - Maine-ly The End

A travel blog entry by tendashseven

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... in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.  This park is most famous for having Portland Head Lighthouse and the decommissioned and largely demolished United States Army post Fort Williams, which was operational during World War I and World War II. The Portland Head ...

Madawaska, Madawaska, Canada travel blog

Madawaska

A travel blog entry by ozdan_2006

Today we started off with a 6km hike in Algonquin Park. It was a beautiful walk but we were eaten alive by the bugs. A few hills and a bit of mud made it a bit interesting here and there but the views were worth it. We headed back to where we started and ...

Planning, planning, planning, Orrington, ME, United States travel blog

Planning, planning, planning

A travel blog entry by hanscomxcountry

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... (our Shitzu dog) will be staying with the grandparents.  He does not tolerate other dogs and will be much happier staying in Maine. We will continue our planning and packing and post updates as our July 17 Bon Voyage approaches.  45 more days! ...

This isn't goodbye, its see you later, Portland, United States travel blog

This isn't goodbye, its see you later

A travel blog entry by atollafield

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Wow, so much has happened simce my last entry i dont really no where to start. I think i left you all with the lead up to my show. Although pretty nerve racking it went really well and it prompted an increase in my dance classes. The rest of the first ...

Pull a U-turn (Gift cards #17-19), Gray, ME, United States travel blog

Pull a U-turn (Gift cards #17-19)

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

En route from Gray to Presque Isle (yes, way up in practically Canada again), we stopped in Bangor for gas and to change drivers. It was not an easy-on easy-off exit that we took. And we knew this. We had done this same thing last time we came ...

Portland...Maine that is!, Portland, United States travel blog

Portland...Maine that is!

A travel blog entry by gra8ful

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... a delicious meal!!  The next morning we explored more and went to Fort Williams State Park.  Housed the first lighthouse in Maine that Geo Washington ordered to be built.  The Park had many reminders of it's day as a fort, battery barracks ...

Uncle Andy's Redux, South Portland, United States travel blog

Uncle Andy's Redux

A travel blog entry by msouliere

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Tris and I decided to head back to Uncle Andy's at 170 Ocean Street late this Sunday morning. A light snow was falling and it was quiet when we got there. Unlike most downtown Portland diners which have waiting lines out the door at 11:00 on a Sunday ...

Victorian McDonalds, Freeport, United States travel blog

Victorian McDonalds

A travel blog entry by anniela

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... store big. I think they had 3 separate stores all on the same block. I have never seen so much outdoors equipment in my life. But my favorite was Maine's Moose. They know how to head butt and so do I... minus the antlers. The battle of Rob & Annie. ...

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