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... a long weekend so we decided to make this our point for the night. I called ahead and got a voicemail telling me the was no need for reservations so we knew the place still existed. Programmed the address into Google and headed on our way. We saw the signs to oak Bay pass us with a camper on them but Google told us this route would be 11 minutes slower so on we trekked. Down to a little town called St Stephens but instead of driving into town Google took us up a hill in the ...
... Historic Site and is thought to be the oldest courthouse in continuous use in the country (and one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in Canada). The guide told us that the second last execution in Canada occurred here in 1943, and then told us a few ghost tales - it seems that the man who was hung is still "hanging around..." Our guide personally experienced something ...
... out you had to walk before you got wet!
We stopped for lunch at a cute little sidewalk restaurant called 'The Gables' where we enjoyed more lobster and watched the dogs get harassed by the local cat.
We drove back to camp then spent the evening with our crazy new friends and some other folks that came out to camp with them.
I have a feeling that we will be seeing more of each other, probably in California!
... tools and began taking the covers off of the steering column. With the switch exposed I tried hitting it with a wrench. Yeh, I know, get a bigger hammer. We'll after banging on the switch a bit I was successful. The key turned and the engine started. I managed to get everything put back together and we were on our way again. Today we hit a milestone. In Calais, Maine our odometer clicked over 5,000 miles. I ...
... 8217;t far off US 1. It was just down the road from Calais, which is a major border crossing point supposedly. This was our last stop in Downeast Maine. Tomorrow we are planning on getting up early and driving the rest of the way to Baxter State Park near Millinocket, ME. Mr. Dorr suggested this place and mentioned it as a good Moose spotting location (Let’s hope that is true).