Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... not to have named after the school - as she stands there decked out in her Kents Hill gear!). Straight away we got into the swing of things and caught up over a few beers and decided to join Meg at her school's fund raising auction (free food and beer), however we had to borrow clothes as we were wearing our smartest clothes and looked fit for the beach or the bar rather than a posh do. We scrubbed up well and had a ...
... looking at all the vendors stuff. There was some great artists and craftsmen at this festival. We were shocked to see you could purchase a gallon of Maple syrup for $50.00. But how would we get it home?Then we were on our way to our next stop which was Stowe, VT. The colors were amazing. We never make fast progress cuz we have to stop so much. The reason for this particular stop was so we could go to Waterbury the next morning for a tour of the Ben & Jerry's ice cream ...
After a joyous two wondrous days of resting at the couples resort in Ontario, we woke up early to begin the not so wondrous event of driving for 12 hours.
The views while driving from Ontario through Quebec were SPECTACULAR!!! The leaves were in varying levels of changing. It was as if Bob Ross had an itch to paint his 'happy trees' but had only the autumn palettes for colors.
Leaves of various colors dominated the landscapre: russet orange, vermillion, ...
... don't have to pay a fee. The road, after about 45 minutes, connects you with a Canadian 4-lane highway that takes you to St. Johns, NB, then on to the border crossing at St. Stephen, NB/Calais, ME.
As we entered the park and started to climb the low mountains to get up and over them from the seashore, there were some beautiful pull offs, but we skipped them. Darn!
We crossed back into the USA ...
... but in a completely different way.
We finally turned inland as we flew over Brunswick Airport, a former Navy base where I had flown airshows in the mid-90's. Turning towards our destination, I cancelled the IFR clearance but kept a sharp lookout for other planes due to the haze.
We landed at Waterville and taxied in, and were surprised to see another canard airplane, a Velocity, parked in front of the airport building. This is an ...