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... out you had to walk before you got wet!
We stopped for lunch at a cute little sidewalk restaurant called 'The Gables' where we enjoyed more lobster and watched the dogs get harassed by the local cat.
We drove back to camp then spent the evening with our crazy new friends and some other folks that came out to camp with them.
I have a feeling that we will be seeing more of each other, probably in California!
... Now what?" We continued on and over the rise got a huge surprise! Keene's Lake is beautiful!!! The beach is grassy, the water VERY warm, the tree's aromatic, etc... We stayed for two nights!
We met a great family from St. George, New Brunswick. Kim and Bill are a hoot! We had a blast with them at the beach then they came by our camp in the evening for a few drinks. Fun Fun ...
... our trek back home, with a small little side trip thrown in there. We decided to leave halifax a day early so we can cut the driving time back and get some nice time for shopping in the states :) (yes, keep in mind...we are girls after all...) We headed first for Saint John, New Brunswick for a quick pit stop. A small, quaint little town, with not so much to see...surprisingly !! Back on the road we went and headed straight for the american border ...
I'm writing this from Lubec, Maine, the eastern most town in the continental US. It was a short drive this morning from Calais down to Lubec. Just about an hour. Karen wanted to visit Campobello Island and see the Roosevelt's cottage. This is where FDR spent his summers as a child and later as an adult. Later on Eleanor Roosevelt spent much of her time here as well. Although on Canadian soil, this is the only jointly managed ...
... we'd be stuck in Canada. (Not that that's such a bad thing).
Michelle got a stamp for her own country in her passport. Not sure why.
We asked about Acadia National park and if it was open. They said no and that people were still going in and getting arrested for trespassing on federal land. Might give that a miss then.
The guy doing my passport asked the usual questions and I gave the usual ******** answers. He ...