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... they had: Maine by summer and Florida by winter. Rather than describe the flight too much (noteworthy topics included overcoming Mark and Thomas' fear of flying, spiders in the cockpit and an attempt to hear Jack over the noise of the propeller) the photos will serve justice for the trip.
Finishing the flights around noon, we headed to Rod and Reel Cafe for a decent meal before ascending Borestone Mountain for ...
... forever just to find the farm was closed to visitors as of August 25th. At least the bison were out and I could snap a photo. I turned around and wound my way back. Clearly in the mood for beef, I was tempted by yet another sign declaring, "wicked good beef jerky." You HAVE to stop when you see that. I did, bought some jerky, sausage and a strip sirloin all while being stared at by two men. I quickly hopped back in the car and didn't stop until I got back to Bangor. We were out of ...
... that we'd parked under an apple tree... Brenda had to do 4 loads of laundry before we could leave Greenville, ($16 worth of quarters) but that gave us time to get a great blueberry pie at the church bazaar. Maine blueberries are the best, quite small and full of flavor. We're now about fifty miles out of Bangor and will check it out tomorrow. today's drive down here was on beautiful country roads, some being lanes at best. Just lovely country, quinticentially ...
The drive up towards Quebec was pretty with pine trees lining the roads and lakes everywhere. There were hundreds of warning signs for moose, even signs with flashing lights, but unfortunately we didn't see one.
We decided to break up the drive to Quebec by stopping in the tiny town of Jackman, just before ...
... gated community in rural Maine, but have all the creature comforts
of home. We ate, drank, shopped, ate,
drank, rode ATVs (fun once Denise released her death grip), ate, drank, and
toured Moosehead Lake on the USS
Katahdin. Saw plenty of wildlife: moose,
deer, loons, partridge, turkeys, chipmunks.
It was a wonderful visit.