Baxter Park Inn
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After breakfast, which was a basic continental (cereal, English muffins, tea/coffee, orange juice.. and a wrapped pastry to take for later!), we're out by the van for 0730, making up a sandwich and grabbing some picnic items for a packed lunch. On today's agenda is a trail in Baxter State Park. For most of us anyway; Chris and Anessa are doing the …
... sure it'll be there somewhere ;) We had dinner as a group in The Appalachian Cafe on Main Street, which is named after the 2160mile trail that runs from Georgia to Northern Maine. Apparently the folks that own the cafe walked the trail, and then set up business rather than leaving. I had the Spinach lasagna, for my vegetable fix, and it was tasty. Everyone said their mail was tasty actually... ...
... old uncle who still lives here and and also able to visit the cemetery where his parents are buried. We drove over to Baxter State Park today. This is the site of Mt. Katahdin- the highest point in Maine and the end of the Appalachian Trail. On the way back to the campsite we stopped and picked enough wild blueberries for a pie. Maureen made the pie and it was divine! We ...
... the boulder field was a ***** (please excuse my language) but it seriously was miserable. We passed all of these eager, happy faces and the best we could do was grumble that they still had a ways to the top but trek down may not be worth it. About 20 minutes in, my already horrible knees decided to cave in to beating they were taking. I was stricken with pain and no where near the bottom. This slowed our decent a bit until we felt the cold air from the storm breathing down ...
Well this weekend was quite the weekend! I, along with 6 campers and another counsellor, climbed and reached the summit of Mount Katahdin: the highest point in Maine. Now, if you're imagining something like Snowdon or Helvellyn then think again. Yes, some of the terrain is similar, but take away the UK bridal ways and footpaths and add boulders and steep climbs. At some points we were literally climbing the mountain! ...