Eighth Maine Regiment Memorial
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... who was very thankful that Fray had thought to grab her cigarettes & lighter before evacuating. Also Fray heard 2 women who didn't know each other & were wearing nighties & street shoes, admire each other's shoes as we evacuated. We checked out after breakfast & headed for Kennebunkport. The weather was perfect, clear & cold. We made a couple of stops for coffee & lunch but otherwise drove straight through, arriving at 3.30pm. The ...
Driving to maine we decided to open a Disco tech bar with Mashups of modern day pop re-mixed disco. Tvs, led disco ball, and roller skates. Le Disco Tech was born. Visited USM so basil could really re-live his days working the mailroom, and his daily meetups on the smokers bench. And they have Creamsicle colored fire hydrants. Found a little spot to get brunch, The Front room- amazing corned beef ...
... and decided that the injury wasn't that bad, so they left him to rest for the day and eventually he went back into the water on his own.
After that the drive up to Maine was quite boring, taking 495 to skirt around Boston, getting caught in a little bit of Friday traffic, but not too much, and eventually making it up here to Brunswick just in time to watch the Giants lose Game 3. C'mon Boys, get it together!
After driving the Cabot Trail in CBI and overnite in Louisbourg we headed to Halifax for 4 nites. We stayed 2 nites at a KOA (boo! ) campground in Upper Sackville and 2 nites parked in Kens cousins driveway in Enfield, NS. The weather was the pits, cold and windy with lots of rain and fog. While in Halifax we drove to see Lunenburg which was really nice despite the weather. We saw ...
... your hand against the door looking for the gear stick, or try and put the seatbelt on from the right. The passenger seat whilst not as intense is also unnerving as it feels you are hanging way over and instinctively it feels as if you should be controlling the vehicle. The day started bright and early as we set off north from Camden towards Bar Harbor. We came to a bridge and stopped to enjoy the river views, to discover that one ...