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... bread that is toasted but is formed like a hot dog bun. I think we mentioned them before when we arrived in Bangor. The roll was stuffed with large pieces of lobstah in a light mayo dressing. Very simple, but very good.
We then walked up and down Water Street and checked out a couple of shops. Nothing grabbed and said "buy me!". So, we got back in the car and started back to the campground.
... I really had nothing planned other than a couple of golf days for Ken and some hanging out along the shores of the Bay of Fundy. When we checked in to the campground yesterday I picked up some brochures and discovered that there are some shoreline hikes to do close by along with a couple of lighthouses. So, that's what we headed out to do today.
First up was a stop ...
Today was a beautiful day so after watching CBS Sunday Morning we decided to make a loop, crossing the border at Calais, visiting Saint Andrews, then returning via ferry to Deer Island and Campobello Island and re-crossing the border at Lubec. It was after 11:00 o'clock by the time we left and we took the trike to Calais where we stopped for gas then stopped to eat lunch (spend the money in US to ...
... it didn’t hold us up much. At one point we saw a guy from Australia walking with a huge ball that looked like a globe. Steve recalled hearing about him being in Toronto a few weeks earlier. Apparently he's walking across the globe with this ball. He's a one ball man...probably on his way to a rodeo. Steve thought he heard him exclaim that someone had ****** him off...that fricken jerk...got on his nerves apparently.
100615 St. Stephen, New Brunswick
Along the way – After leaving Portland we headed back to Oak Bay via Bangor, ME and Hwy 9. Lots of rolling hills, muskegs, creeks with brown water, some blueberry fields and bush. Although there are several small communities, they're too small to have any services, shops or significant historical data.
ST STEPHEN, NB – Officially registered as "Canada's Chocolate Town" and home of the Ganong ...