Historic Pittston Farm
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... coolest things I saw was a 32,000 piece puzzle for $300! After much deliberation, toys were decided on and purchased. I was so excited to find a chocolate store that was doing dipped cones just down the street from Benjo. It was unbelievable! First I had a milk chocolate dip and then a dark chocolate dip! What a lunch! Good thing I got another 15,000 steps in today :) We made our way back to the family ...
Today I rolled into the Quebec City KOA, 37 days after I first picked up my trailer and drove directly here to figure out how to be a trailer camper. Like most holidays, in many ways it seems like forever ago, yet in others it seems like just yesterday.
This will be my last post for this part of my journey. I head back to the plant for some minor deficiency issues, as well as the repair of the fibreglass ding on the front of ...
... had a great program for kids where they take a tablet and a magic sword to learn about early times in the walled city. In all the times I've been to Quebec, I've never visited this excellent place - I'm so glad to have done something different. We had poutine for lunch at Ashton and then walked up to the Cittidel. We just had a look around as we would have had to wait an hour for the ...
Maine it is. Lots of Moose Xing signs, but so far the only moose we see hangs on the front of our truck, a little brass one. the folks in our CG said they saw one (real) recently while hunting for partridges, so we will be vigilant. Today we traveled onto Greenville, the hub for the Moosehead Lake area. A surprisingly large town for such a remote area. We took a nice one hour ride on the refurbished lake steamer, the Kathadin. Unfortunately, the tour lasted three ...
The drive up towards Quebec was pretty with pine trees lining the roads and lakes everywhere. There were hundreds of warning signs for moose, even signs with flashing lights, but unfortunately we didn't see one.
We decided to break up the drive to Quebec by stopping in the tiny town of Jackman, just before ...