Tranquillity Lodge Bed and Breakfast
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Once people stared to leave camp we packed up some gear and made our way to moose head lake. After an two and half hour drive and going on a very long time on a dirt road we made it to the remote cabin. The lake was stunning and the sunsets and night were beautiful. The next morning we made an early start so we could go on a huge hike up a very thought terrain mountain. After 5 hours of hike we made our way back for tea and then some toasted marshmallow. The next ...
... tells us. There are only 1.3 million people in all of Maine, and it has the oldest demographic of anywhere in the nation. Most people here are between 50 and 64 years old. “The young people leave Maine as soon as they can. There just aren’t any jobs here.”
Phil takes us to a grocery store where we stock up on the trail foods we didn’t want to bring on the plane, and get some chicken to grill for dinner. Or Julie, Grace, and ...
... Jackman. The fun thing about travelling with a bub is that when they need to stop, you need to stop...and well Jackman was where she needed to stop!!! I wouldn't put it on your must sees but if you happen across it and need to stop-the pancakes at the only cafe in town are fab.
... they had: Maine by summer and Florida by winter. Rather than describe the flight too much (noteworthy topics included overcoming Mark and Thomas' fear of flying, spiders in the cockpit and an attempt to hear Jack over the noise of the propeller) the photos will serve justice for the trip.
Finishing the flights around noon, we headed to Rod and Reel Cafe for a decent meal before ascending Borestone Mountain for ...
... me that I was on the right road but needed to stay straight for about 5 miles; I passed two forks in the road after that and made successful guesses and finally reached the main road to take me back to Greenville.
Having done enough trail riding for one day, I decided to head back towards Bangor and stop in some of the smaller towns. I saw a sign for a bison farm 5 miles off the road and thought it was worth a visit. I wound around and went up and down on this road for what ...