Historic Pittston Farm

Address: 53 Pittston Farm Road, Rockwood, Maine, 04478, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 53 Pittston Farm Road, Rockwood.
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      Travel Blogs from Rockwood

      Home again, home again, bliggity blog

      A travel blog entry by bubblecuffer on Nov 20, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... warrior sculptures, very stunning and impressive. See photos. The walking approach to the archaeological site is an extensive garden of prickly pear and other cactus. We saw cactus wrens there. We left the site and found a very nice hotel in town and we were very happy to be there. Not colonial, but modern, roomy, comfortable and very reasonable. We struck out of there about 8:00 am. We had to drive to Toluca to return our rental car, hopefully catch a bus to ...

      At-Sea Day

      A travel blog entry by pieper on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... As we all know, weather forecasts change quickly and all may proceed as planned. You'll have to wait until tomorrow to know the outcome. Tonight we're heading to the Grand Dining room for dinner. One of tonight's special menu items has caught my eye - Maine lobster. For those of you who are not SF Giants fans - STOP reading now. Unfortunately, we cannot watch the games onboard. I have to rely on the Internet to get my "Giants Fix." I hope they do as well ...

      Quebec City

      A travel blog entry by pieper on Oct 21, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... land, each track starts at the river and goes inland ending with forest at the middle of the island. River access was the only means of transporting goods to and from the island. We visited a sugar shack. In March, they tap the maple trees and collect the maple water. It takes 40 liters of maple water to boil down into 1 liter of maple syrup. When the maple syrup is cooked further, it can be poured onto "snow" and made into taffy. We had a taste of ...

      Back,back,back in the USA

      A travel blog entry by danbren on Oct 03, 2013

      17 photos

      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 ...

      Sea planes

      A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi on Aug 09, 2013

      6 photos

      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 ...