Black Bear Inn and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A quick shopping trip before heading home. I got a pair of pants for 1.99 then with my teachers discount I got 10% off my purchase so ended up not paying for the pants just the capris... gotta love a good deal... headed North to Canada shortly after noon... Great ...
After touring around Bangor for a while I asked a few ladies where to get the best lobster. They gave us great directions! We each got about a two pound live lobster to take back to camp for dinner tonight, then we went to the little outdoor cafe and had two pounds of cooked and pre shelled lobster! Heaven!!!
Mike is now ...
We drove through Bangor today. No, he didn't stop for lobster. Yes, he will pay for it dearly!
We stopped for a few days in Parks Pond Campground. It's a beautiful little lake with sail boats and paddle boats and a few pontoon boats on it. We have a nice view of the lake. It's even VERY warm water! I really expected cold water up here. What a nice ...
Drove the three hours from Portsmouth to Orono, ME so see Ben at college. The University of Maine. It's so good to see him. We had lunch on campus and went to the bookstore to get college gear. We also walked and drove around Orono, that was a very short trip. Went to the performing Arts center on campus and visited the ...
Left Bar Harbor after lunch on Saturday, and drove I-95 from Bangor to Lincoln, where we turned east on Hwy 6 to the Canadian border at Vanceboro.
The Fall colors are really starting to show off their brilliance the further north we go, and Hwy 6 was an especially gorgeous and scenic drive all the way to the border.