Alamoosook Lakeside Inn

Address: 229 Soper Road, Orland, Maine, 04472, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 229 Soper Road, Orland, is near Fort Knox State Historic Site and Penobscot Narrows Bridge.
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      Travel Blogs from Orland

      Adventures in Acadia in Autumn!

      A travel blog entry by happyronin on Oct 03, 2014

      10 photos

      ... weather was perfect....the rain held out for the day and it was a GREAT day for climbing.

      The following day, the rain was coming down non-stop. It started off with a constant New England drizzle that made you question it was really raining because the droplets were so small that you couldn't feel it. Of course, looking out you could see the light misting coming down. And when you touched your hair you felt the droplets.

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      Mount Desert Island - Its Sweet not Barren

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 26, 2014

      3 comments, 42 photos

      ... to poll us if we believe in Ghosts. He was adorable! (And yes; "I do, believe, I do, I do, I do believe!")

      By mid-afternoon we arrive on Mount Desert Island (MDI) MDI is the 6th largest island in the contiguous United States and the second largest on the east coast behind Long Island and ahead of Martha's Vineyard. It is estimated that two and a half million tourists a year visit Acadia National Park on the island. MDI...Casey and Jim have ...

      Sad day :(

      A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 18, 2014

      ... depanneur owner), and to our eventful hike on day 3 of our trip! Traveling with Debbie and Jim is always fun, eventful, informative (we all learn interesting things from each other). I particularly enjoy Jim's stories of his youth. Even though Jim is not that much older than me, growing up in the country in those times seemed so much more simple but difficult. So until next time, I hope you have enjoyed our journey as much as we ...

      On the Way

      A travel blog entry by swinne on Jul 03, 2014

      So, I'm off to Fuzhou for the 3rd year in a row. My bag only weighed 33 pounds, but that's good because inevitably I end up carrying the overweight goods from my traveling companions.

      This year, again, we'll be teaching teachers of English. My level is middle school, and my content is American Lit. I take a regional approach that encompasses the NE (Wabanaki stories) to the Far West (Sandra Cisneros). But the main focus is not the content but the learning strategies that I ...

      Close Shave In More Than One Way

      A travel blog entry by livinthedream13 on Dec 07, 2013

      41 photos

      ... 6th December 2013

      Stephen King wrote numerous books and a lot of films about the story's he writes were based here although in his books he calls Derry. Derry is a fictional town but is really Bangor where Stephen King grew up and now currently lives.
      I wanted to visit here since I have been reading his books since I was about 10 and always wondered what the place would look like. Bangor is a little fishing town and is a little grim, it was exactly how I ...