Inn at Ocean's Edge
Travel Blogs from Lincolnville
... the journey up, approx 2.5 hours, was learning more about everyone. Dan is not long out of the military, he has been "woofing" across the country and was volunteering for the weekend at the fair. This was not the first I had heard of woofing on my trip, Deb who worked for HEP had done it and explained it to me. W.O.O.F stands for Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms It's a scheme where volunteers go and work on organic farms in exchange for ...
... to learn what cross-cultural collaboration techniques they use. I may also help them with a master plan for their Ecological Center for Sustainable Living or help with a Watershed Management Plan for the Western Ghats. The possibilities are endless!
I go ready to be utterly flexible and adaptable like Gumbi (he ...
Intense and severe lightning storm tonight! Hotels in next town have lost power and are trying to find alternate accommodations for their guests. Luckily we still have power. Heavy rain and wind accompanied storm. All we need is a fireplace and some ...
Awoke this morning to fog yet warm. Fog didn't start to burn off until noon. It's 1645, 83 degrees, hazy, sunny and humid. Difficult to tour around in the fog. Looked around rockland a little more than went to Camden. Kim laying down, still not well. Enuf said. Stay tuned for pics ...
I did not write yesterday, nothing much to report. This morning we drove in the RAIN to rockland. Kim printed off directions from google maps and the GPS was secondary. E GPS kept telling us to exit and take secondary roads then get back on the highway. We followed the signs, thought we were lost just outside boston and pulled off to get directions. We weren't lost....just didn't go far enough. I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center