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... 20+ states. The first cafe had signs like - be nice - take it or leave it and so on and so on. The houses were run down, very little harvest fest fun. So, today I decided to do some research, and yes it is a depressed state. Although after a fun chat with a couple over coffee they told us real estate is on the up, but wood mills are closing - their major industry. We are now at Boothbay Harbour, a pretty place, but at the end of ...
Whew! We arrived in Richmond, ME, last night around 7pm. We visited the Niagara Falls, USA side, having traveled through Canada on Monday. The colors have gradually brightened and have increased in intensity as we've traveled northeast... On Tuesday, we arrived in Montgomery, Vermont for a dinner and an overnight visit with Larry's second cousin, Kim Quinn Smith and her husband, Tommy. Their country home is located in the heart of Vermont, complete with beautiful rolling ...
... classics. The animal barns were a little crowded but clean. You can pet any of the animals at your own risk. Most of the time the animal owners are nearby and more than willing to talk to you about their animals and farm. The barns and sidewalks and reasonably handicap friendly and flat.
Don’t forget the huge pumpkins and the exhibition hall! The hall had more commercial vendors than local artists this ...
... we could see the ocean, meant that we spent far too much time going down dead ends. Seems the coast is either privately owned or is national park therefore forest. We were envisioning something out of the 'Sarah Plain & Tall' series. Maine is the area where she grew up, and her aunts, the unclaimed treasures, lived. It is a lovely movie/book. After a very slow drive down the coast ...
... foot bridge. After taking a few breaths, we got off on route 57. This road had a bridge out which put us on a detour. The detour was a narrow, winding road for about 40 miles. We abandoned getting back to I-95 and headed for the closest Interstate – I-87. While this took us through Hartford, it was a lot better than what we had just gone through. We did hit Boston during rush hour but took the bypass which was less crowded. We ended ...