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... gracing downtown. We did find a really nice surprise. A Tim Horton's which has been there for 6 years. We sat outside and enjoyed our coffee. We saw the funniest thing though. A guy was selling stuff in recycled shopping bags out of the back of his truck in the Timmy's parking lot. Gail and I thinking he might just be selling some Maine Lobster moved a little closer to the truck and we discovered he ...
... later in the afternoon so we did what anyone who just got into the USA does...our laundry. Okay so maybe it’s not very exciting but we are trying not to smell bad here! The nice thing about laundry mats is they are fully equipped with wifi and plugs and TVs so really it’s kinda nice to do laundry and relax. We found a place to spend the evening and hunkered down for the ...
... we had considered planning a trip to VT tonight to see a friend, but the travel time just doesn't make sense. Tomorrow we will got to FDR's mansion in Canada and the most eastern point in the US, Quoddy State Park, to see the most eastern US lighthouse. Sunday will be filled with packing and football. Lot's to do between now and Tuesday morning when we say "Adios" to Bangor!
Sorry for the short post, but I can taste the stale airplane air ...
... the Yelp photos do NOT do it justice. After everyone had devoured their slice of cake, Mark opened cards from his grandmothers and his parents as well as a few packages (a new pair of dress shoes and some bow ties). When all was said and done, it was time for Mark's parents to leave and for us to go to bed. Sadly, the birthday boy still had to go to work in the morning. We said our goodbyes and exchanged hugs ...
... visitors. And we saw lots of them. After all, it is July.
And finally we drove through Bucksport and had to stop to take a few photos of the brand new suspension bridge, standing tall and sparkling in the sunshine like a bright new penny, proud to be of service to motorists that use it to cross the river.
We ended the day in Bangor, not far from where I spent four of my most memorable years at UMO. Tomorrow, Acadia National ...