Northern Outdoors Adventure Resort
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- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... they had: Maine by summer and Florida by winter. Rather than describe the flight too much (noteworthy topics included overcoming Mark and Thomas' fear of flying, spiders in the cockpit and an attempt to hear Jack over the noise of the propeller) the photos will serve justice for the trip.
Finishing the flights around noon, we headed to Rod and Reel Cafe for a decent meal before ascending Borestone Mountain for ...
... the plot lines and their beaches. I dreamed about the house Mark and I would built and our dock with a small boat and some kayaks, but the dream of having a house in Maine is always shattered by the same evil thought: the winters are really freaking cold. When I finished my daydream, I drove back into town, walked around the six stores and restaurants until I wandered into the Appalachian Mountain Club building. Here they gave me some flyers and maps about local hikes. I chose a ...
... that we'd parked under an apple tree... Brenda had to do 4 loads of laundry before we could leave Greenville, ($16 worth of quarters) but that gave us time to get a great blueberry pie at the church bazaar. Maine blueberries are the best, quite small and full of flavor. We're now about fifty miles out of Bangor and will check it out tomorrow. today's drive down here was on beautiful country roads, some being lanes at best. Just lovely country, quinticentially ...
... border. While setting up our tent a seaplane surprised us by landing in the little river 20ft away from us. Normal no?
The following morning we were woken by an impressive electrical storm that had us thinking our tent would either be struck down, blown away or completely flooded. Luckily none of the above ...
... gated community in rural Maine, but have all the creature comforts
of home. We ate, drank, shopped, ate,
drank, rode ATVs (fun once Denise released her death grip), ate, drank, and
toured Moosehead Lake on the USS
Katahdin. Saw plenty of wildlife: moose,
deer, loons, partridge, turkeys, chipmunks.
It was a wonderful visit.