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... out for the day.
Maura and I quickly passed through customs on our two mile jaunt to Campobello International Park. The Visitor Center was jam packed with information on the Roosevelts, Campobello Island history and a plethora of outdoor activities offered. As we were moseying around the exhibits, a bubbly park staffer ...
... miles away (some deliveries in Canada); was a Treasurer of our church and on the Prudential Board for about 50 years; after a hospital was founded in Machias (about 30 miles away) she was prominent in the Women’s Auxiliary, and eventually on the Board of Trustees; cared for my elderly Grandmother who lived with us and raised me."
Bob reminisces: "I was thinking about ...
... Gas". That sign and station seemed to be the only business left open in town and I was wondering if someone opened the service station to try to save their small town. I try to support small independent restaurants and service stations, even if it costs a few cents more as I think they have so much more to offer than the big "super"companies that don't have time to train or establish relationships with their staff ...
... my life I was just as fascinated with watching them play and dive for fish as I was with being so close to the Canadian border. I was so close that I could see the cars being stopped on the other side of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Bridge at the border guard station. It was fitting I thought that I had ...
... lots of flowers, comfy sitting room and perfect, beautiful guest room on the second floor.
Stopped at info center; got the time & schedule for the "Chocolate Festival" for tomorrow and info on FDR's Campobello Park which we think we'll do on our way home.
After checking in we drove to St Andrews for dinner. What a charming, waterfront little town.
Filled with shops and people walking about--but not too ...
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