BEST WESTERN PLUS Augusta Civic Center Inn
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... south to connect up with the turnpikes to get back to Kansas. They plan on taking 4 days to get back home.
We are staying at a Hampton Inn in Waterville, Maine (south of Bangor). We'll head to Burlington, VT today for a Holiday Inn Express . . . all on two lane roads . . . should take 4-5 hours . . . we'll see! We'll be in the USA for 3 days, then back into Canada to wind up in the Upper Peninsula!
... round camps that they visit on weekends and TONS of things for people to do. Mini golf, basket ball, baseball, tennis, two pool, 3 hot tubs, a big lake, sailing, fishing, a game room, restaurant, etc., etc....
He was a love and went and did the laundry for us while I laid around on a heating pad. (Boo!)
... weather only got better, and the views even more spectacular - some of the houses and estates were beyond comprehension in size and grandeur.
Approaching the coast of Maine, I was reminded about how beautiful the rocky shoreline is, and how much I had enjoyed being there, even on foggy, rainy days. Today in the sunshine, it was beautiful, but in a completely different way.
We finally turned inland as we flew ...
... museum just outside. Was hoping Chris didn't see it but he did. I offered to go in with him but thank goodness he was thoughtful and we went shopping instead!!!!
It was a little cooler evening so no swimming in the pool. Just a quiet night at camp........and maybe another episode, or two, maybe even 3, of "Orange is the New Black!"
Looking forward to David and Ellen arriving tomorrow!
... so exciting, you see the Colbys in America seem to all descend from this couple who bought the house we saw today from Macy in 1654 I believe it was. Hence the name, Macy-Colby House.
After that we continued on east and caught our first glimpses of the Atlantic Ocean and smelled the wonderful ocean air for the first time in nearly two weeks. Home, but colder.