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... country roads for a slow meander through the region called Down East before reaching our destination.
Down East doesn't refer to a location, which is good, because we were Up Northeast. Down East refers to prevailing winds that powered large sailing ships along the coastline.
We grabbed lunch at Ralph's Got Gas, a general store and small diner in Amherst, Maine. Carol, the cheerful short order cook, patiently prepared our individual ...
Words cannot describe what an experience this has been. Crossing this great country, learning so much & best of all meeting the people in every province. We are so lucky to live in such a diverse & harmonious country - we may have our difference but Canadians are friendly, kind & helpful. We Feel proud of Canada this wonderful country we call home!!
When I started this summary I had I intended to do a list of ...
... very amazing! I think it was the first time I saw those kids eat like that. We ate lasagna with Caesar salad. After, Courtney read a book for Aya and I read a book for Kai before bed time. It was time for bed, so I slept with Kai, and it was time for Courtney to go home, because she felt sick.
On Saturday, we went to the market at the Algonquin Hotel, because Eveline was there and she sold her cookies. We bought some and they were ...
... a panic and I said:
-Papa I`m lost! I am in Canterbury, in a forest road and I am afraid!!!
-My father said to me: Wait! Go to see the town and after, take out your sheet where there is the map!
-I said: Okay, I am there, now. Before I saw a gas station, I think it is a good idea if I go there!
-My father said to me: Yes!
Furthermore, when I arrived in the gas station, I found a ...
... group. We also met Linda, who runs the Atlantic Leadership Center (which coordinates this program with Road Scholar), and Roger, who works at the park and was also our bartender each evening. We reviewed the information we’d been given, and were able to ask questions about such things as cellphone coverage, emergency numbers, and what room Patricia was in (information which we put to good use the following night when another person in my house accidentally got locked out of ...