Boyce s Motel
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... us with local honey. And just to settle my final observation we learned that Kobra the Kat had been adopted on their travels and had become their fearless guard-cat. We were sad to leave, but took with us a renewed sense of encouragement that we were not alone on our wanderings.
With not much time left in the day we decided to make it a short day and set up camp early. Luck seemed to be on our side. For the first time on our trip we had ...
... view from the top of Cadillac Mtn. As we approached the summit parking area, what we didn't expect was that a majority of the population of New York, New Jersey, Mass. and parts of Eastern Canada would all be at the summit at precisely the time we were arriving. Cars were parked 100 yards or so down the access road and we had a feeling we were going to be circling for a while to find a parking spot. Luckily, we had decided to bring ...
Last night was my final day off! The reason for this is everyone is needed on camp Thursday-Saturday for Nottingham Fair and then after that it's post camp... The afternoon started amazingly: we went waterskiing! I have never been waterskiing before so I was really nervous, but Becky, James, Clare, Tom and I bundled onto a boat with Sarah (our glamorous instructor and incredibly patient and ...
... and I mean every hotel, campground, bed and breakfast and cardboard box had a no vacancy sign clearly posted. We figure that if we just head toward our next destination, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, we will find a place on the way. Two things you need to know about northern Maine: First, at 10 pm sharp, all streets are rolled up and put away until dawn and second, there is no life north of Bar Harbor. So we start off on the GPS suggested route (1st ...
The other interesting fact about our table of 10 (that I learned on Monday night with our new friends from Ohio) is that the woman sitting next to Ann was apparently a transvestite. You meet and see the strangest people when you travel!
Sunday night was formal dinner night on the Veendam. And although we brought appropriate clothes, Peggy didn't feel like dressing up so went up to the Lido Restaurant and ate the exact same ...