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Heading to Maine I (Rachael) was looking forward to seeing my friend Meg who I hadn't seen for years. After an autumnus scenic drive we arrived at Kents Hill, a small village which is centred around the very prestigious High School where Meg works. After leaching on the local bar's wifi to get in touch with Meg (not even getting out of the truck!) we headed to the school staff accommodation to meet her and Kent (her dog who ...
We had a great nights sleep and breakfast and were off to see the colors in Vermont. We noticed on a calendar of events that there was going to be an Autumn Festival in Sugar Hill, Vermont which was on our way to our stop for the night. The colors are really wonderful as we were getting into more elevation. We stopped at many pullouts to take pictures. We were not disappointed on all the great colors. I think we hit being here exactly right. When we got to Sugar Hill, we ...
... that we were on our way to a hotel.
So, other than that, we are in Wilton, Maine just laying low. There are no rental cars available, but luckily we have working legs so we are going to head out and see what this little town has to offer! The weather is great, the hotel is nice and we've got internet...we are sitting pretty!
Look for our next blog! Send out your good vibes and pray we get our car fixed so we can continue this travel blog!
... most was seeing a Minke whale - unfortunately I didn't get a picture, but the memory is all there! The whale siting was phenomenal. I was half expecting a spacecraft to show up :). Today was a good was of ending the trip. As much as I'm glad to be going home (real showers, family), I am also REALLY SUPER sad about the trip ending. I've met a lot of really amazing people. I really hope to stay in touch with them.
Maine- wow! If they only had about 4 less months of winter, I would probably move there tomorrow. A large state with one great view after another. It even smells nice ( mostly). And most of the state is blanketed with lakes, which can never be a bad thing. I started out by taking U.S. 1 up the coast, slow-going but well worth it. At first you encounter a string ...