Monthly Archives: July 2011

Return Trip – Maine to New Hampshire

After a 3 day stay along the water at St. Andrew’s in New Brunswick, we headed back across the border for a return stay at Pumpkin Patch RV Park outside of Bangor, Maine.  We like this park as it has … Continue reading

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St. Andrews by the Sea

We left Prince Edward Island Tuesday morning, crossing the Confederation Bridge back into New Brunswick. Charlottestown, PEI is the site of the 1864 conference of the provinces of Upper Canada where they agreed to join together as one nation, so … Continue reading

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Touring PEI

While the weather on Prince Edward Island was a bit disappointing (cool, cloudy, and very windy), we did get to visit with friends we met last week while in Maine.  Bill and Eileen Marra were touring near Halifax and decided … Continue reading

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North of the Border – Prince Edward Island

We left Pumpkin Patch RV Park in Bangor, ME on Sunday morning and headed northeast to the Canadian border.  The crossing at Calais, ME into St. Stephens, New Brunswick was quick and easy.  There was no one else at the … Continue reading

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Acadia, Lobster, and UMaine

The park we are in near Bangor, ME is only about an hour’s drive from Acadia National Park, one of the prettiest parks in the country.  The park, located on Mt. Desert Island, is crisscrossed with what are called Carriage … Continue reading

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Rock Climbers in Franconia State Park

On the final day of our stay in New Hampshire, we took a long motorcycle ride through the mountains to the town of Conway (Starbucks location) and back by way of the Kankamagus Highway, a beautiful winding two lane road … Continue reading

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Franconia Notch State Park

Yesterday we took the car with the bicycles 14 miles south of where we are at the Twin Mountain KOA in central New Hampshire to Franconia Notch State Park.  The park straddles 8 miles of I-93 as it passes through … Continue reading

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