Alan on October 13th, 2009

Last night Jean and I were walking around Camden Maine checking out the harbor, the schooners, the scenery and the shops and we happened across Paolina’s Way down a side street. You should explore as much as you can when on vacation because we just thought we were crossing from one street down to the […]

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Alan on October 13th, 2009

Camden, Rockport and Rockland Miane are separate towns nestled along Penobscot Bay. So when you stay or vacation here it’s like you are really in all three towns. They are all three one after the other on the map and chances are that if you are staying in one, by days end you will have […]

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Alan on October 12th, 2009

Yesterday morning while staying at the camp on Sebec Lake in Maine, we were graced with a beautiful sunrise as you can see from the pictures. The first day and a half here had been fairly wet and finally the sun came through on the morning of the 11th and gave us some incredible colors. […]

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Alan on October 10th, 2009

I’m still trying to get use to calling the place we’re staying a camp, even though in my mind it is a Maine cabin. When Jean first told me she used to go to her Maine camp with her family, I thought they owned a campground. That wasn’t the case, it was a cabin in […]

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Alan on October 10th, 2009

One of our first stops after getting here in Bangor Maine was to go shopping for groceries at Hannaford, the largest grocery chain in town. It was another piece of evidence towards my conclusion that Maine is just masquerading as a state. My suspicion is that Maine is secretly another country. The true evidence is […]

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