Guest Houses At Pineland Farms

Address: 32 Farm View Drive, New Gloucester, Maine, 04260, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 32 Farm View Drive, New Gloucester, is near Bradbury Mountain State Park.
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    A travel blog entry by jdswed on Oct 10, 2015

    We have a cold day today but a short one. We need to make Portland Maine so Carolyn can fly home. We stop at a state park called Battle Mountain and pay $9 entrance fee to take a 2 mile road up to the top. The view is of Penobscot Bay. It is colder on top with the wind than when we are on the bike. We are using our electric jackets to keep warm. We make a stop at the LL Bean super store for a few small purchases. The leaves started to turn in Ernest in New ...

    October 8, 2015

    A travel blog entry by tlgraetz on Oct 08, 2015

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    Whew! We arrived in Richmond, ME, last night around 7pm. We visited the Niagara Falls, USA side, having traveled through Canada on Monday. The colors have gradually brightened and have increased in intensity as we've traveled northeast... On Tuesday, we arrived in Montgomery, Vermont for a dinner and an overnight visit with Larry's second cousin, Kim Quinn Smith and her husband, Tommy. Their country home is located in the heart of Vermont, complete with beautiful rolling ...

    Cumberland Fair - Cindy Clark

    A travel blog entry by tah101f2015 on Oct 07, 2015

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    ... was disappointing. On the other side of the harness track are more commercial booths and the mini horses and pulling arena. The maple barn is always a favorite because you can see the whole maple process unfold. The last thing on the path before the campground is an old farm equipment exhibit.

    Everyone who has been to a county fair will tell you, the food is the best part! The first booth we visited was a ...

    Lobsters and Lighthouses in Maine

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Oct 04, 2015

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    ... bite! I think we were going to enjoy Maine!

    Another thing Maine is known for is its lighthouses. There are 57 active lighthouses running along the State's coastline as well as some decorative ones dotted here and there.

    Without knowing it, Lobster and Lighthouses would become a very common theme as we road tripped through Maine.

    Our airbnb stop for the night was ...

    Lobstah Rolls and a Lighthouse

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 08, 2015

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    ... Toss it with mayo or drizzle it with browned butter or carefully browned butter. Serve it on a hot dog bun or a warm, steamed bun. Kick it up a notch and serve it as a lobster BLT: oh, the bacon is amazing, but that was down the road a bit! So wait for that review.

    Our first lobstah roll was consumed (inhaled) at The Lobster Shack at Cape Elizabeth. Oh my, yes it was wonderful and sweet and ...