Weatherby's

Grand Lake Stream, Maine, 04637, United States | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Grand Lake Stream

    St. Andrews, then BACK IN THE USA!

    A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 31, 2014

    20 photos

    ... our last Canadian haddock dinner at a restaurant recommended by our guide, again with a lovely harbor view.

    Thirty miles down the road, Canada cried as we left (more rain!). The border crossing was in a tiny building and there was only one car ahead of us. The friendly US border agent had a brief look inside our refrigerator and then gave us the go-ahead to enter the US - yay! Welcome ...

    Add an hour!

    A travel blog entry by mikenda on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    Today we drove back through Calais, Me. and across the border into New Brunswick in Canada. We added yet another hour to our time zones, making it a four hour difference from home. We worried that they wouldn't let the dogs into Canada, but we had no problems at all.
    Our first stop was to the Ganong Chocolatier. in St. Stephens. The entire city is part of a chocolate factory and museum. We stayed just long enough to ...

    Robbinston, ME

    A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on Sep 09, 2011

    ... 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).

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    Back in the USSA

    A travel blog entry by aircor on Sep 07, 2010

    ... Not fixed yet, but should cost me about $30.00. What a relief. Neither Denny nor I wanted to have to pull this sucker out again, and I had already told Wayne my insurance man that I was probably going to take the insurance off of the vehicle.

    I diverse. We continue on our way out to the Gateway on the Confederation Bridge, stopping to pick up fuel at the last station on the Isle as theirs is cheaper then Nova Scotia. A fellow in a potato chip truck holds ...

    Back in the U.S. of A! (or A Fish Tale)

    A travel blog entry by dabrander on Aug 31, 2010

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... the afternoon driving along the coast, thinking that we may have missed some good stuff by driving the southern coast of Nova Scotia to get there. Turns out, we didn’t miss much. All the cool stuff is in the far east along the Cape Breton coastline.

    We made it back to the ferry terminal at 3pm and our luck changed! We were able to get on the ferry for our 3 hour tour across the Bay of Fundy to St. Johns, New Brunswick. After we parked ...