Searsport Shores Oceanfront Campground
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... signs and big parking lots. This museum used street parking.
The first room housed a temporary exhibit of the works of Ashley Bryan, a 95-year-young artist living on Cranberry Island on Mount Desert Island, who started winning art awards in grade school. The exhibit displays his works, including children’s books and puppets, along a timeline with short biographies. I loved his work (bright colors and birds, what’s not to love?).
... things, we went to Giacomo's for their "all you can eat" soup special. Afterwards we wandered around a few shops downtown and discovered that Shiner has made its debut in Bangor! (We bought a case for later.) We also stumbled upon a store that has wine making classes and had we known this 6 weeks earlier, we would definitely have signed up on the spot to make a barrel. >sigh< we will just have to try ...
... We discuss the fact that we should have packed our bathing suits... except guess what? They are in the RV.
We continue south down the trail observing and resting at amazing rocky cliffs that overlook the water with waves crashing along the shore. The next popular stop is called Thunder Hole and we arrive at high tide, so the “Thunder” part of the hole is less dramatic. However, Casey returns later that evening after being advised that there ...
... On our last evening together we reminisced about our last 16 days together: from the picturesque drives along the north shore of the St. Laurent seaway and the Gaspe peninsula, to seeing the beautiful white beluga whales, to watching the seals at Forillon watching us, to the interesting people we met along the way (the owner/artist at the Godbout Inuit museum, Paul-Andre at Monts Pierre, fisherman in Saint Godefroi, and ...
So, I'm off to Fuzhou for the 3rd year in a row. My bag only weighed 33 pounds, but that's good because inevitably I end up carrying the overweight goods from my traveling companions.
This year, again, we'll be teaching teachers of English. My level is middle school, and my content is American Lit. I take a regional approach that encompasses the NE (Wabanaki stories) to the Far West (Sandra Cisneros). But the main focus is not the content but the learning strategies that I ...