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... who was very thankful that Fray had thought to grab her cigarettes & lighter before evacuating. Also Fray heard 2 women who didn't know each other & were wearing nighties & street shoes, admire each other's shoes as we evacuated. We checked out after breakfast & headed for Kennebunkport. The weather was perfect, clear & cold. We made a couple of stops for coffee & lunch but otherwise drove straight through, arriving at 3.30pm. The ...
Folks back home most often ask what we miss most about land and the answer is always an easy one, THEM! During our two week visit back to New England we were able to meet up with some of our family and friends. The unfortunate thing is that we were not able to meet up with everyone we wanted to see. However, we were able to enjoy the time with the ones we did and will cherish them.
For those we did not see, we hope to catch up ...
... the inn lady said something about caramel croissant bread pudding. Usually not my thing, but I will try
it out! I guess if you are going to splurge, you might as well get your money's worth.
I walked to New Hampshire to get ice cream for dinner. It's right across the river so not a long walk to enter another state. On my way back, the lift bridge went up for a small cruise ship. It seems like ...
... Sea') is next on the agenda and we pull into the car park by the beach to take in the freshness of a magnificent Maine Spring day.
The scenic drive along Route 9 brings us to another historic village - Kennebunkport. This town is famous for its beaches and the romantic 1826 historic home known as the Wedding Cake House. We thought we saw it, but later found out we didn't :(
Continuing along Route 9 ...
... highlights, I loved Minnesota, so many lakes, the fishing was excellent and so where the trails. My favorite place quite possibly to date was the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area. It was basically this gigantic area that can only be explored via canoe. So I loaded up the backpack, water filter, fishing pole and Rocky and I hopped in a canoe and lived alone in the wilderness for a few days. We actually camped on our own little island, I didn't see one other person, ...