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... li>Drove around the sea shore seeing some incredible beautiful homes
... left, both couples loaded up with fresh blueberries, vegetables, and pies. They did not have the blueberry crumble, but they did have a blueberry pie and a strawberry and rhubarb pie. The Lynches bought the blueberry and we bought the strawberry and rhubarb. When we got back, each of us had a slice of both, and we split the remainder between the two coaches. Another great ...
... hummus, carrots, etc etc etc. We set up a table and make sandwiches. We're all given little jobs to take care of. Seems this will be the plan for most of our lunches, which is fine as there is plenty of choice and it's pretty good. It's such a beautiful day... and so far, so good ...
Drove 173 miles in 3.5 hours.
Our Super 8 hotel was definitely one of the less salubrious of the trip so far. We only had one night here so headed into the downtown area. We were pleasantly surprised by this seaside town, with a metro area containing about half a million people it had just enough hustle to be interesting.
Unfortunately it poured with rain as we exited the car but we were still able to cruise down to ...
Today is our first port of call - Portland, Maine. It is the largest city in Maine and sits on a small peninsular jutting into Casco Bay. Early in the morning, we could see the rocky and pretty coastline, dotted with lighthouses. The protected harbour and easy access to the Atlantic, made Portland a prime spot for the expansion efforts of the English in the 1600's for trading and fishing. Once we get off ...