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A little southbound today for a change. Very lush and scenic drive to Bangor, Maine. How do you pronounce that you ask? Well.. Funny you should ask. We first thought, and heard, Ban.gor.. Then we heard, bang.or.. And never that far away was Banger.. We never really did find out for sure. Even the local radio station went back and forth with pronunciation. Strange name, great place.
We crossed in Vermont at a small ...
... to poll us if we believe in Ghosts. He was adorable! (And yes; "I do, believe, I do, I do, I do believe!")
By mid-afternoon we arrive on Mount Desert Island (MDI) MDI is the 6th largest island in the contiguous United States and the second largest on the east coast behind Long Island and ahead of Martha's Vineyard. It is estimated that two and a half million tourists a year visit Acadia National Park on the island. MDI...Casey and Jim have ...
... that moment, our boat just dropped. Think: cartoon where animal runs off a cliff, looks down and realizes what he's done and then just falls. That was us. We were then fully submerged by a wave and by some grace of God, re-emerged with all our passengers! We made it unscathed, but a group behind us lost all but two of the riders and our boat became the new owners of two pairs of crocs, a paddle and a man. (if we figure out how to copy the video, I'll post it, their dump ...
... time by driving around the town and getting our bearings. We went to the LL Bean outlet and got Mark and a new pair of hiking boots, learned where the PetCo, grocery store, local organic grocery store and nearest hiking trail called "City Forest" were and felt extremely relieved that there were indeed 2 mexican restaurants, a Chili's and a BW3s. We can survive here!!
3 pm rolled around and we pulled into our driveway to find ...
... he kept looking at me.
His gates were open and his lights were on, didn't get to see him though and didn't want to go and knock on his house. I really enjoyed Bangor though. I can carry on reading his books a happy man. Stppoed off at a statue of Americas most famous lumberjack Paul Bunyan, it was 30 foot tall and weighed about 10 ton. Typical American.
Took the long coastal drive back down to Portland, Maine. Get to check this little place out tomorrow.