Kingsbrae Arms Relais & Chateaux
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... about 9:30am. Its a beautiful morning and we start out at a look out spot that is known as the Old Blockhouse, which was built as a costal defence in the war between Britain and the USA in 1812. It was never actually used. There were several built along this coast but this is now the only one left standing. It was actually destroyed by fire a few years back and then rebuilt. I do question the fact it is probably then not really original, but never mind.
The town ...
... unanimous and delicious - not to mention the quart of Pickeroons "Dark and Stormy Night" enjoyed by no other than Mr Bill. Ok he gave FJim and I a very small sip. With the warm afternoon sun we all felt like it should be nap time. Not paying attention to the time we suddenly realized that it was already 2pm and we had only covered 20 kilometres of a needed 310 kilometre day. On the road again lickedy split and onward ho. Our ...
... very gentle with us and he said to me: “Did you practice your text before you come? Because your English is good!”
On the road we talked about our life, she is very sweet. She said to me: “My father speaks a lot… like me!” and I said to her: “It is perfect, because I need to practice my English!”
When we arrived in Bangor, I was a little bit scared, because it is bigger than St. Andrews, but it was ...
... Then he looks in the wheel wells to see if we're smuggling pot or any other illegal substance. All we have is beer, and blueberries. But it was nice to hear him say, "welcome home!" as they certainly don't do that at the airport.
We drive through miles and miles and miles of desolate, lonely roads with more fir trees, pine trees and other evergreens until we finally make it to civilization in the lovely harbor town of Camden, ME. More about that, in my next ...
... them the quality of a magical land. The lighthouse's iconic stripes take on another hue of pink and we are dazzled by nature's display.
Being the only ones there to witness the show, we wonder how it is that again, it's just us here to bask in the blazing colors as dusk heralds the end of another day.
We feel like the luckiest people in the world.....