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... a museum with informative exhibits of their Arctic explorations in the early 1900s.
The following day, we headed out again, this time for the state capitol of Augusta and a visit to the capitalist capital of the state: Freeport where LL Bean's flagship store is located. The LL Bean enterprise is one of the largest employers in the state. Freeport offers separate LL Bean stores for camping and outdoor adventures, retail clothing, home goods, and a ...
... of Brunswick. Maine's rural countryside was a beautiful mix of small farms and forested land. A quiet pond caught my attention. I stopped to look at the reflection of clouds and trees mirrored on its surface.
Soon after, I was joined by two cross country cyclists on their way ...
... consider DUI to be a felony and they did not want to welcome a repeat felon. O Canada! I had to retrace my drive, but the landscape was just as enthralling. And a silver lining- I finally got to spot two meese. ( i know the proper plural is moose, but it's more fun to say meese.) An outstanding trip. Maine- wow,wow,wow!! I'm just so glad it belongs to us instead of ...
It actually took around 120 years before the museum that is here today to be created. In 1836, the Maine State Legislature voted in favor of "a cabinet or museum of mineral specimens…at the State House in Augusta". The first display was 1,566 rocks and minerals, which were exhibited in custom cabinets. Because no seemed to be interested in preserving or studying the rocks and minerals all of the specimens on display were ruined and had to be discarded ...
... the summer. I did manage to go to the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum on campus, named after Bowdoin grads and Arctic explorers Robert Peary and Donald MacMillan. Bowdoin College and its grads have been heavily involved in Arctic Exploration for a century and a half, which I guess makes sense because Maine isn’t all that far from the ...