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It has been 5 months since our trip to Slovenia. I have had many happy memories of the experiences we had while in Slovenia. I have enjoyed compiling this book.. At this point I am going to go through and add several pictures. They are in no special order but I ...
... we saw on the 132 est. Huge rolls of hay like giant wheatabix lay in the fields or were already rolled into their long white raincoats, ready for winter feed time. The rich aroma of manure being loaded out of the barns and spread out to nurture the fields wafted through the van, making us wrinkle our noses and blame the dog. We hear the call of the wild geese overhead as they are heeding the signs of approaching cold weather. Flocks of snow ...
We decided to go on a road trip to New England and were planning to head to Salem, MA. We thought that if we drove up to New Brunswick to Woodstock and crossed the border at Houlton and drove down the I95 to get there, it would be faster than to go via the old Route 1 and Bangor. It might have been faster, but it was a kind of a boring drive really. We broke our trip into two legs, staying overnight in a Howard Johnson at Woodstock near the border crossing. The hotel was fine, ...
... and I hydro-planed a few times. Scared the **** out of me!
Got to the border and there was a HUGE line. Took about 40 minutes to get through. At least it had quit raining while I was sitting in line!
495.5 miles today.
Off to Bennington, Vermont tomorrow, if it's not pouring!!!!
While there hadn't been much traffic in this much less remote area, a couple of others pulled up at this lookout and enjoyed a minute or two taking in the view.
The next stop would be Houlton. Though things didn't change much, there was a little farming activity to break the monotony as the last town in Maine got closer.
Of course, I was counting on Houlton ...
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