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... headed into Greenville for some shopping and some lunch. When we were at lunch we spotted a chipmunk it was cute. When we got back to the lake mum decided to get an up close look at it and slipped over. The next day we woke up early so we could pack the cars and make our way back to camp but not without stopping for the best bqq cheese burgers ever it was called Spring creek barbecue cook house. It was a nice quite night at camp before we headed out tomorrow for ...
... tells us. There are only 1.3 million people in all of Maine, and it has the oldest demographic of anywhere in the nation. Most people here are between 50 and 64 years old. “The young people leave Maine as soon as they can. There just aren’t any jobs here.”
Phil takes us to a grocery store where we stock up on the trail foods we didn’t want to bring on the plane, and get some chicken to grill for dinner. Or Julie, Grace, and ...
... Jackman. The fun thing about travelling with a bub is that when they need to stop, you need to stop...and well Jackman was where she needed to stop!!! I wouldn't put it on your must sees but if you happen across it and need to stop-the pancakes at the only cafe in town are fab.
... hike of the day. Borestone Mountain is located in Monson, Maine, just several miles outside of Greenville. The top features a west and east peak that offer sweeping views of Maine mountains, plains and lakes. Actively on the hunt for wildlife, we saw nothing more than chipmunks and birds, but enjoyed the most beautiful colors fall has to offer. The hike took around four hours which put us back in Bangor around 7:30pm (plus ...
... the sunrise; we would see moose.
Wake up to the last 2 weeks in Maine and we still hadn't even gotten close to the lake. Which is why I decided that I had to at least drive out there; see it; touch the water. So I did. Mark had a jam-packed schedule at work and wouldn't be able to have lunch with me, so I dropped him off at work at hit the road. I stopped a few times along the way to admire the changing leaves, the architecture of the small towns I passed and the view of ...
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