Hilton Garden Inn Auburn Riverwatch
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We have a cold day today but a short one. We need to make Portland Maine so Carolyn can fly home. We stop at a state park called Battle Mountain and pay $9 entrance fee to take a 2 mile road up to the top. The view is of Penobscot Bay. It is colder on top with the wind than when we are on the bike. We are using our electric jackets to keep warm. We make a stop at the LL Bean super store for a few small purchases. The leaves started to turn in Ernest in New ...
... Their yard is home to seven ducks, several chickens, two roosters and Hamlet and Macbeth, the goats. Great visit with family! Today's destination only involves a three hour drive to Bar Harbor. Our dream of visiting the New England states has become a reality as we've traveled through New York, Vermont and Maine with the rest of the states to be covered in the next eight days! We are anticipating the visit to Acadia on Friday and Saturday, our 17th National Park. Just 42 to ...
... and sometimes even a small fire. The only downfall is that the arena that the cars were in is way too small for there to be any good crashes or effective maneuvering. This made the derby last way longer than it should have and the drivers seemed to have a difficult time in the small space.
Overall we had an excellent time at the Cumberland Fair and would recommend it to anyone who wants to enjoy a rich cultural experience. ...
... was time to bid farewell and get back on the road to our next one night stop over, Camden. After we checked into our lighthouse themed motel we went into Camden town where we would without knowing have another Maine food speciality!
We found a lovely café located on top of a waterfall and spotted freshly baked Whoopie Pies, and big ones at that! Having not long eaten a whole lobster ...
... which is a local group of parents of children who own the animals and host these events at the fair. The kids from this group train their pigs a couple months before the fair and work with them to come to a certain treat of their choice. The pigs are let out of the pen and they run after the treats that their trainers are holding at the other end. The first trainer to get their pig to eat the treat in their hand is the winner.