Bangor Motor Inn
Travel Blogs from Bangor
... See the vote here and thank or “spank” your Representative accordingly. (“Aye” was the pro-gun vote.) Kudos to you for your hard work and astounding victory! But also, kudos to House conservatives, who stood up to Obama and his media minions, and to John Boehner, who to paraphrase Winston Churchill, did the right thing after all other options were exhausted. Finally, we should give kudos to Senators Mike Lee ...
... like a worm who found some really good dirt in a compost way far away across the road from its home. I'm nervous, excited, stressed, relaxed, happy to finally be
going, sad to say goodbye to friends and family for the next year.
But YAY!!!!! I'm going to India!
All my love. Will write ...
... hour nap in a Massachusetts rest stop. Glad to be home.
Drove 10791 miles, of that, 7806 miles was with the camper attached.
Used 956 gallons of gas and average overall mpg was 11.29 miles per gallon.
Drove for 262 hours.
Caught 25 salmon. LOL
Gone for 103 days.
Traveled through 27 states.
... more! It's simply positively horrible being in Maine at this time of year though: the sun is always out, the air is clean and crisp cool, there are fairs galore, and my family is awesome. Man, Maine is sure a bummer at the cusp of autumn...NOT! I feel very lucky to be here and am enjoying my time in limbo swimming, paddle ...
... we got to St. Stephen, the heated gear came off as the wind appeared to be warmer for a change. Once across the simple border crossing to Calais we continued on route 9 through Maine towards Bangor. We have been through Maine before but this was a different route for us. Great road with very little traffic. Typical Maine scenery with lots of tall trees, run down houses, old graveyards by the side of the road and lots of ...