Forest Glen Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... salmon pens. Upon entering the harbor we found a dock and tied up. A lobster man tied up on the other side of the dock and we asked him about the store that was near by. He told us the store closed several years ago and we couldn't was to the grocery store. As we were deciding what we were going to have for dinner, a couple showed up on the dock. They were eating dinner and had seen the Mainship dock. They are thinking of buying one so they came down to ...
... range on our way to Maine and stop at dark. The Kancamagus Pass was an amazing drive. The leaves were turning their autumn red and the sunset was a cracker.
Both states are lightly populated so the drive was entirely rural and on back roads. After we had descended the range and the light was fading we pulled off the road, booked a hotel and bought some take ...
... when you need to pee!! While Big Agnes has sent out a new fly to me......the new body has been in mail limbo, because the time it took to get to a town drop....I had already left Kent CT. I just am tired of being wet, and my gear being wet. I have worked with Backcountry.com, and will be sending this tent back. I will be recieving a MSR Mutha-Hubba NX3 in the next drop. This was my first choice....but I foolishly gave Big Agnes a try - and got bit in the ...
"When you tug on a single thing in nature, you find it attached to the entire universe." - John Muir Tuesday, Aug 05 2014 We arrived at Hikers Welcome Hostel this morning. Was great seeing this place again, brings back a lot of great memories from my last thru-hike. like when I found a bat up in the rafters...and tried to grab it, but it always seemed to get a little further than I could reach. We watched a few movies, grabbed food for the next few days, and ate ...
... Trading Post, a kind of theme park / stopping place. It was the most random place we have ever been. Highlights were: a Segway racetrack, a museum which seemed to be dedicated to old car batteries and gramophones (an obvious mix), live bear shows, and a working steam railway. We watched the bear show with mixed feelings. The warden came on and explained how the bears are all orphans that have been found injured and nursed back to health, how ...