Fort Knox Inn
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A quick shopping trip before heading home. I got a pair of pants for 1.99 then with my teachers discount I got 10% off my purchase so ended up not paying for the pants just the capris... gotta love a good deal... headed North to Canada shortly after noon... Great ...
After touring around Bangor for a while I asked a few ladies where to get the best lobster. They gave us great directions! We each got about a two pound live lobster to take back to camp for dinner tonight, then we went to the little outdoor cafe and had two pounds of cooked and pre shelled lobster! Heaven!!!
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This is our last day at the RV park, but our first day of sightseeing as part of the SMART Caravan. So we formed up to carpool to the Fort Knox State Historical Site and the Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory in Bucksport, ME.
Fort Knox is the original "Fort Knox" although it was never completed. Nearly $1M was spent to build the fort over 25 years. The American Revolution and the War of ...
Today, Thursday October 3rd, we visited Bucksport, Maine. We strolled down the Million Dollar River Walk. We sat on the bench and just sat back and enjoyed the wonderful breezes and the spectacular view. As you look out over the magnificent Penobscot Bay, you see a cable bridge with two large towers. You can also see a huge Fort.
After our river walk, we hopped in the car to drive over ...
... back. In fact, we've decided that any return trip should be at least two weeks long, there really is an awful lot to do here. We also need to make sure to not come back in August, this is the busiest month of the year here. After our week in Eastport, where we managed to feel like one of the locals, the crowds here in Acadia were a bit daunting!