Sweetwater Inn

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

Not a great start to the day....

A travel blog entry by sanditravel on Aug 03, 2014

Up and 0500 hours to a dry morning, thankfully.

BUT, had to make a quick trip to the emergency room at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center. Nothing life-threatening, thankfully.

Didn't get on the road by 0600 hours, so we juggled our route from the "scenic" ...

In memory of the SS City of Columbus.

A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 31, 2014

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... past the two Protestant churches on Main Street. Neither was open, so I did not see the stain-glass window dedicated by a Manzer to his wife and mother-in-law. At the location of the Society I was shown a reprinted copy of The Busy East of Canada, Vol. 13(1) 1922. Page 72 had the story about how The Manzer Store came to be owned by a Manzer. It is part of the story that is told in the church window dedication. ...

Kings Landing

A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 19, 2014

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... class on teas, medicines and salves. The site is large, but my goal was to walk to the a house across the stream and call on the Ingrahams. The home had belonged to Ira Ingraham and his name is mentioned along with John and Martha Manzer in a deed of sale I found in the Provincial Archives.The village was taking on emotional significance. The family (interpreter) was not home and I had to trek back to the entrance to meet the instructor. ...

We made it to New Brunswick!!

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Jul 15, 2014

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... today but couldn't negotiate all the trees down. There had to be a least 20 trees blocking the trail.

The longest covered bridge in the world is just a few miles from Woodstock in the town of Hartland, New Brunswick. It was first opened for traffic on July 4, 1901 and is 1282 feet long. It cost 3 cents for pedestrians, 6 cents for a single horse and wagon to cross. They also ...

Across Maine and into Canada

A travel blog entry by ustrip2014 on Jun 15, 2014

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... revamped, some new establishments scattered among them.

Motels along here were like at home, small, single storey. Not so many of the bigger type that I've become accustomed to seeing in this country.

In one small town I was taken by the rapidly-flowing waters...



...and I appreciated the beauty of some of the inlets and bays that the road wound its way ...