Pittsfield Motor Inn
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... snow removal seriously here in Maine.”
I also learned that the first application of continuous track was the Lombard Log Roller. For a fascinating story about the roller and how University of Maine Mechanical Engineering Students restored a Lombard Log Hauler, click here.
After the museum, I had to see the Paul Bunyan statue. There isn't any parking provided by the statue. We were lucky it was a slow day and ...
... panoramic view of the east. I walked down mountain trails while Dave relaxed on a rock.
After driving the loop trail, we drove through Bar Harbor – a typical tourist town with souvenir and food shops and packed with people. We didn’t stop because of the traffic and we were tired. As we drove through town we spotted a café named “Carmen Veranda.” Clever name. ...
... we were in the wrong line and needed to go to the window with no wait. Nice. We ordered ice cream (blueberries and cream with peanut butter cups, duh, and something Mark liked..) and bought tickets to the corn maze called "loco locomotive". Each year this family plants their corn in a giant maze pattern ranging from animals to machinery; they're extremely impressive! We used the advanced card (which didn't tell us where ...
... draf t-haus-bangor) for a specialty beer before walking home.
Friday was another low-key day. Jess and I found out that we had a friend who, unbeknownst to us, was in Acadia and would be passing through Bangor this morning. We met her and her friend at Bagel Central (my first time visiting, their bagels rival the best NYC bagel and their sandwiches aren't lacking either. Plus, it's also the cheapest lunch option in town. ...
... the closest one two us (Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound: http://www.yelp.com/biz/trenton-bridge- lobster-pound-trenton). They were closing the dine-in option in 15 minutes so we placed our order and hauled our little Ford Explorer over there. This lobster pound was just off the road with a gorgeous view looking back at Acadia over the water. They have indoor, covered patio and outdoor seating and they cook their lobster in saltwater in these giant pots outside. It was such ...