Sweetwater Inn

Address: 808 Skedgell Rd, Houlton, Maine, 04471-3052, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on 808 Skedgell Rd, Houlton.
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Travel Blogs from Houlton

The long and big of it...

A travel blog entry by linda.edwards on Aug 14, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... to lay down when we would stop to get our breath. We made it though (I don't think we will try that again) as it must have been 2 km each way and about 30 C with humidity in the 90%. Thank goodness we normally do not have to deal with humidity at home it really is not nice. Oh by the way Woodstock NB is the first town in Canada, so they say. It really did not have much to offer as for sight ...


A travel blog entry by eastcoast2015 on Aug 08, 2015

4 photos

... we were literally in someone's front (or back) yard and they were sitting on their deck. I'm not sure who was more astonished - us or them - as our heads popped up like prairie dogs over the rim. (Keep in mind, there were 2 adults, 3 teenagers and 6 kids between 6-12 years). We looked at some enormous jelly fish swimming off the pier then explored the beach on the far side of the harbour. The kids were inspired to play in the waves which were crashing in. ...

Squirrel, Squirrel, Colored Trees, MOOSE!

A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 25, 2014

16 photos

... that we had spent far longer in this beautiful park than we had planned. We needed to get on the road again. We decided that we would head down to New Brunswick and try to get to Woodstock for the evening. Ted has two Skype calls that must be made tomorrow and hoped to find a suitable place in Fredericton NB by noon. We would have plenty of time to see lighthouses in the Maritimes we hope. We back tracked a bit to Trois Pistoles and headed ...

The kissing bridge

A travel blog entry by tvordlj on Sep 01, 2014

1 photo

... but it was clean and functional and suited the purpose.

Near by is Hartland, New Brunswick, the home of the longest covered wooden bridge in the world so we drove up to have a look and a drive across. These types of bridges were considered scandalous in the olden days, because couples would take the opportunity for a kiss when driving across in the horse and buggy, unseen by most. The bridge is about 100 years old and though it's made of wood, the foundations ...

Across Maine and into Canada

A travel blog entry by ustrip2014 on Jun 15, 2014

12 photos

... flow out of the lakes and mountains in the US and Canada... it was worthy of a picture, of course:

The flat country with little to see but the trees was not helpful in giving new vistas to take one's attention, but then there was the odd occasion where the Interstate would climb a hill and give me a view of the country ahead.

Even better came a little ...