Pine Grove Lodge and Cabins
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Once people stared to leave camp we packed up some gear and made our way to moose head lake. After an two and half hour drive and going on a very long time on a dirt road we made it to the remote cabin. The lake was stunning and the sunsets and night were beautiful. The next morning we made an early start so we could go on a huge hike up a very thought terrain mountain. After 5 hours of hike we made our way back for tea and then some toasted marshmallow. The next ...
... airport to the trail, we worked with Phil from 100 Mile Wilderness Adventures and Outfitters. He’s picking us up at the airport, giving us a couple of cabins to sleep in tonight, and driving us out to the start of the 100 Mile Wilderness tomorrow morning.
I text Phil and he’s already waiting for us out outside. Did I mention that Bangor is tiny? There is only room for about ten cars in front of the airport (to be fair, some curb ...
We SAW MOOSE!
A baby Moose, a bull Moose and well a regular everyday Moose.
Moose at dusk on Moosehead Lake!
Despite the rain, the fog and the mosquitoes, this was a great little place to explore and we saw MOOSE.....
We did however miss the Aurora Borealis over ...
... 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 ...
... with no supervision, graffiti. I walked around the somber area for 20 minutes or so, imagining what had happened just moments before the crash and how the two survivors managed to stay alive over night in negative 30 degree weather and live to tell the tale. I started to get cold (I didn't dress for hiking in 45 degree weather) and felt like a wuss because I know the men who stood in the very place I was standing were in a much worse predicament than I was, yet I could simply walk to ...