Colonial Gables Oceanfront Village
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... the local streets and along the waters edge. The homes here are amazing and the views of the village are breathtaking.
Back in town we had a coffee and pumpkin pie! Yummo! Not quite Andrew's cup of tea, however that's ok…more for yours truly! As we were there we organised our nights accommodation here in Camden and popped out to meet our host who herself was on her way out of town. The house we are in is a ...
... and take in the awesome sense of things.
Next was Ogunquit, another quaint little town that fit in with so many other quaint little village towns going up the coast. Each had a bit of it's own identity, but the feeling was still very much the same. A very laid back, time is NO object sense of relinquishing all feelings of impatience and just being at one with the NOW. It seemed that every village was filled with tourists enjoying the summer ...
... 3 ghosts that wander around. He said that one was one of the owners of the house, another was the 2nd owner's wife, who had spent many years living there, and another spirit was a cat! Our young guide had never seen any of the ghosts himself, but had mysteriously lost a pair of valued sunglasses that he knows were there, but they disappeared about 4 years ago, and he hasn't seen them since. Greg will have other stories, and I think he has a few ...
(which for those of you who did not know, my classmates, MLA program, Peace Corps Fellows, roommates and new AZ friends, made my time in Tucson aMAZing!! I loved it there and I miss those mountains and my chickens: Chuck Doris, Bruce Phyllis, and Vin Leisel. Take care of those cluckers 2314!!)
So after ...
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.