Flat Rock Bridge Family Camping
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... Shirt and leather vest, gassed up and headed south on I 95 to Arundel ME to speak at Bentley's and have a great $15.00 lobster and beverages. Thank you Hanna and Lisa for your great hospitality. The Music and crowd were great!! Tomorrow night It's a Meet and great at Loui'Bs in Southwick MA. Looking forward to riding in the Sunshine and warm ...
... Maine toll booth another $10.50 charge. Arrived in Kennebunk, Maine at 3:30 this afternoon. What a beautiful park it is. Alot of bikers come here! Alot of space and nice trees. We are not close to the water but there are beaches close by. A little too chilly for the beach anyway. After a little feed of Maine Lobster spent the rest of the evening planning for the next day ...
... not a witch? Especially when the court admitted "evidence" such as if an accuser said they had a vision that so and so was a witch, the vision was taken as hard evidence. Or the touch test - if someone is having a convulsion and they are touched by the accused and the convulsions stop, that was proof that the accused had cast the spell. In this atmosphere ...
... As with
healthcare, though, an industry I’ve studied more, I suspect a contributing factor
is a general upscaling of the experience as institutions like colleges and
hospitals that aren’t subject to normal market forces compete to attract
students or patients with superficial amenities that create an impression of
quality without adding real value to either education or patient care. The
little campus tour Bob took me on was quite eye-opening.
... in Maine as recently as the mid- 1980's, when people could not understand me because they only spoke French.
The reason to talk about this is so much of the discoveries were made by the French. It was the famed explorer Jacques Cartier who first explored New Brunswick in 1534 and a party with Samuel de Champlain set up camp on St. Croix Island in the Bay of Fundy. So the French are inextricably tied to the settlement of the area. There are also ...