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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you're ever in town... My roommate for the duration of the trip, will be Laura -all the other girls requested/paid for their own rooms. She seems canny so far -very funny, in fact-, so I'm not expecting any problems. The hotel reminds me of where we stayed in Churchill: coffee making facilities in the bathroom. Not so big a fridge this time though! Tomorrow, we're off to explore Baxter State ...
... My knees would have to suck up the pain from jumping off of each boulder and I would let them writhe in agony once we got to the car safely.
Finally, what seemed like months later, we reached the very first boulder. The one that almost gave me a panic attack on the way up. Mark carefully manuevered down as I directed him where to put his hands and feet. Then it was my turn. Mark sandwiched between him and the rock so that I couldn't fall off of the mountain ...
... a forbidden ride down the infamous Golden Road.. a 90 mi private stretch owned by the Great Northern Paper Company..it all felt very ominous & i kept a watchful eye for log-laden trucks and brawny lumberjack..
... the rain causing the rocks to tear them up. It was a very difficult climb down, the closest real life comparison to the trail they take in Lord of the Rings before fighting the giant spider. After finally getting past the boulder part, the trail turned into a rapidly flowing creek again. This lasted for a few obstacle ridden miles, climbing down a steep creek. 1.5 miles before the campground the trail became normal again, and it went along a series ...
... and for days to come. Although not ideal, the bright side of things is that the rain kept Maine's legendary bug swarms at bay, I actually didn't see a bug my entire hike of Katahdin. We pulled into a ranger's station where we went in and signed in. The ranger looked at us with a serious look in her eyes, encouraging us to wait off the weather, but Phil seemed to think I'd be safe, and I trusted him. She said to definitely not take the Abol trail up; an extremely steep trail of ...