Black Bear Inn and Conference Center
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... wades into the lake, fully clothed, and dunks herself all the way up to her neck. The faces she makes as various parts of her body encounter the cold water would make a great set of trail emoticons.
Julie strings a clothesline and we all hang our wet stuff on it. There’s little hope it will dry overnight, but perhaps it will be somewhat drier in the morning. Perhaps.
To save weight, Zan shares our stove and cook pot. She tells us her dinner will take ...
... to live music before being rescued from the mosquitos to our table inside. My mom had lobster newburgh and I had lobster mac; we shared a bowl of moose tracks ice cream for dessert and then drove back to Sea Dogs to play some trivia before the fair fireworks started at 9pm. We were able to park our car on the side of the road to view the fireworks and watched the pitiful display begin. I guess they were just warming up because 15 minutes later the sky was filled with ...
... though this might not be where I'd like to be living anymore, I know that my life is easy compared with the lives of poverty I have seen in Cambodia and India and other places around the world. My discomfort is superficial in comparison with those who have no money, no homes, no clothing, no food. I am wealthy beyond belief in their eyes.
More wealth: one of my greatest pleasures at home, now that the children have all fledged, is being ...
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 ...
... was very smooth. And yes it was! The lobster rolls were great too.
Then we went into Acadia National Park. National Parks are so designated for very good reasons. This park is truly a national treasure and exceeded our expectations. W.O.W., those powerful waves hammering the gorgeous rocky Maine coast! We could sit and watch that for hours. The few hours we spent there convinced us to come back again and again.