Arbor View Inn
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... all the small homes and bait houses that dot the area. Very pretty despite the wind, fog and rain that stayed with us all day. A simple Swissair Flight 111 memorial is nearby. This is the flight that went down offshore Sept. 2, 1998; sadly, everyone on board was killed. We also stopped at the cemetery where 150 of the passengers who died in the Titanic disaster are buried. Interesting fact: bodies badly damaged or decomposed to ...
... Bean, an outdoor brand of longstanding, and we couldn't resist the chance to visit - at least five different shops, ranging from fine home wares to a large selection of guns and hunting equipment, including a nice line in the camouflage clothes that are so popular with outdoors folk here in the US.
Before we crossed into Canada, we reached Quoddy Point, the eastern-most point of ...
... fishing village set amongst the jagged coastline of blue grey slate & sandstone.
We also visited the charming town of Mahoney Bay with lovely shops selling the work of local artisans - the only problem is you have to limit what you buy when you're away for 10 months or the motorhome would be full!! It has three 19th century churches all on the same street, can you see them in the ...
... smart and apply for UI. I remember when my first cheque arrived in the mail. Even before I opened it, my father snatched it up and tore it to pieces, glaring at me and spewing, "No one who lives under my roof collects UI". The next day he presented me with $400 and a one way bus ticket to Toronto and told me to go find a job and a place to stay for the summer. I was already enrolled in University the following September.
I think my ...
... destination but climbing across the rocks and seeing the water was great.
Caleb's eyes almost exploded from his head when we saw a place that had 'sorbet'...great ice cream and sorbet in unique flavours (ginger&lemon etc).