Milford Motel On The River
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the carved bird exhibits, we talked to a bird carver who was demonstrating the stages of carving birds. It wasn’t until we spoke to the museum greeter upon leaving that we realized he was Steve Valleau who had carved some of the most detailed, impressive birds in the exhibit (see the pictures).
We ate lunch at Thurstons. Later we found out that these Thurstons are distant cousins of a lady in our caravan. The restaurant and inlet view was charming. ...
... us. It just goes to show you can't judge a book by its cover. Towards the end of the ride the weather had warmed up and the sun poked it's head out just before it went down. We have had some really good roads to ride today but It seems that the fastest speed limit in NY is 55mph and I found keeping to within ...
... steps up into it, and hollers out, "anybody in here??" Then says, "nope! Looks good!" Ok... the slide was in, the bathroom door was closed, and the curtains were closed so he wouldn't have seen the double bunks, so really, he checked nothing. He steps down and we casually chat.... (when does that happen at a border crossing??) Meanwhile, Wayne was on the other side of the trailer, checking tires etc.. You know, all those ...
... and the Collards and Fergusons followed us to the fairgrounds. We then took a shuttle bus to the event located along the river in downtown Bangor. (The Griers joined us later that afternoon.) We found the main stage where most of the entertainers we wanted to listen to would be playing, and set up our chairs. We got something to drink and a slice of pizza and then walked over to hear a couple of fiddle ...
... before the bus departed). Nothing like starting off an aggressive day of rapids already stressed out! We were riding with a group of high school volleyball girls and their parents and Will, one of the rafting guides. We were driven to our lunch spot where we watched as all of the morning rafters glided in from the almost dead water (the early ride was very easy, yet everyone was still soaking wet). As we enjoyed our lunch cookout, we started to become a little wary ...