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Usually I love celebrations. Whether it's in Peru or Ecuador, being swept up into one of their frequent parades (often with a religious theme), or in Thailand for Songkran, their Water Festival, or in India for Holi, their Festival of Colors, I love joining in with happy people laughing and singing and dancing. Having grown up in a fair-sized city, yet living in a rural area for a quarter of a century, there are times when I hunger ...
We arrived at the Pumpkin Patch RV Park, just outside Bangor, ME, on Friday, June 13th.
The SMART (Special Military Active and Retired Travel club) caravan is scheduled to leave from here for the Canadian Maritimes Saturday, June 21st. So, this is our time to catch up and get ready for two very busy months of travel through New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland.
While Larry was getting the coach setup, I called ...
... pockets, and somehow, everyone finds each other to join together in the battle for continued existence. And the battered humans always win out. Will the peepers be as fortunate?
But what is life like for peepers? They call and they call, and then, usually in mid-May their song stops; if they are successful they have found their mates, and then the wood frogs' quacking starts, and later still the bullfrogs. ...
... that somehow the peepers will be resurrected, even if out of the usual sequence.
Back to happier thoughts of birthdays. Of course, millions of other people were also born on April 21; I share this day with some well known and very important people: John Muir, Charlotte Bronte, Queen Elizabeth of England (although since the weather is typically so horrible in England in April, her birthday celebrations are postponed until June 21 when ...
... Of course I had heard of the hard winter northern New England was having; other parts of the US were hit hard too, but where we live the amounts of snow and cold temperatures were unprecedented, record breaking. In our part of central Maine we usually receive around 100" of snow each winter; this year we are well beyond double that, and more is still predicted and can be expected, at least into April and maybe even beyond. (I hope not.) Except ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center