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Old 06-21-2016, 03:59 AM   #61
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Great photos and report! Good timing on the warranty work, and the Red Snapper sounds interesting. Curious whether you priced out any of the cars? That VW camper in the background for instance . . . and the blue Rambler station wagon is a classic design!

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Great photos and report! Good timing on the warranty work, and the Red Snapper sounds interesting. Curious whether you priced out any of the cars? That VW camper in the background for instance . . . and the blue Rambler station wagon is a classic design!

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Hi Peter,

No, I did not price any of the old cars. I did leave one out that I really liked and is quite rare. It is a 1960 Chevrolet Corvair Lakewood Station Wagon. Here are a couple shots of it.

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Lucy packed up this morning in Old Orchard Beach and we headed up the Maine Coast. We stayed on US 1 and avoided I-95. We made our way through Portland and followed US 1 along the Maine coast through a dozen coastal towns, none of which most people ever heard of. All of these towns were quaint and well kept. They all had interesting buildings and sights. It was fairly slow going. We only covered about 150 miles today.

We arrived in Bucksport, Maine late this afternoon. We got Lucy a campsite in Orland, Maine. We got Lucy set up, and went and did a short tour of Bucksport. One of the interesting sights was Fort Knox, a granite fortress on a cliff across the Penobscot Narrows. This Fort Knox predates the one in Kentucky by 20 years. Both Forts are named in honor of General Henry Knox, Commander of Artillery under General Washington in the Revolutionary War and the first Secretary of War.

We came back to Lucy before dark and got settled in for the night.

Tonight's pictures include:

- B&M Baked beans Plant, Portland.
- Large Indian statue, US 1, Portland.
- Cousins River Bridge, US 1, Freeport, Maine.
- A roadside Lobster friend of SuEllyn's
- Long line at Red's Eats in Wiscasset, Maine.
- Strand Theatre, Thomaston, Maine.
- Victorian home in Camden, Maine.
- Fort Knox, Maine.
- Little Girl parked along the road in Bicksport. Fred was smitten by her wind-up key and long red eye lashes.


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Love the wind-up key.

Made one for a buddy's VW original beetle that would turn slowly until he hit the brakes at a stop. Then we would jump out, wind it back up, and take off again. Guaranteed to leave someone sitting at the light, totally gobsmacked.

Our nerdy version of the 'Chinese fire drill' in the 60's.

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Lucy is still camped at the campground near Orland. We got some Moose Tags out from the Orland Post Office, and toured around the area a bit. We then headed over to the nearby Penobscot Narrows Bridge. This bridge was built in 2006 to replace the 1931 bridge. The new bridge has an observation deck at the top of one of the towers which is 420' off of the water. We took the trip to the top to take in the views. It was really impressive. It is the highest bridge observatory in the world.

After leaving the bridge, we went and took a self guided tour of the 1844 Fort Knox which is a short distance from the bridge. The fort was built from local granite and pretty much looks like it did when it was built 170 years ago.

We then headed down to Castine, a little historic town right on the ocean. We looked around Castine for a while and visited the 1829 Dyce Head Lighthouse.

We headed back up to Lucy's campground and have settled in for the night. SuEllyn made us Lobster Rolls from claw meat that we got at a local grocery. They were the best that we've had so far.

Tonight's pictures include:
- Looking down on bridge from Observation Tower.
- Bucksport from Observation Tower.
- Bridge Tower.
- Close-up of Observation area.
- Fort Knox cannon ports.
- Cannon in Fort Knox.
- 1829 Dyce Head Lighthouse in Castine, Maine.
- 1880 house gate in Castine.
- Castine Bay.
- SuEllyn's homemade Lobster Roll.

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I checked out that vw bus a couple weeks ago, and its in great shape. No prices on the cars in the lot.
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Lucy broke camp this morning in Orland, Maine, and we headed over to Ellsworth, Maine where we stopped and got Lucy a nice campsite with 5 point hook-ups. We got Lucy set up and headed into Ellsworth where we stopped at the local Chevrolet dealer and were able to get Fred an oil change and new fuel filter. They got us out pretty quickly, and we continued over to Acadia National Park. We toured the Park for a while before heading back toward the campground.

We stopped off at the Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound where we picked up some freshly picked lobster meat to take back for supper. We got back to Lucy shortly before dark and chowed down on some lobster meat. We decided to forgo the lobster roll tonight and went with heated lobster meat and melted butter. It was really, really good.

Tonight's pictures include:

- Entering Acadia National Park.
- View from high road in the Park.
- Egg Rock Lighthouse in Bar Harbor,
- SuEllyn on trail to Sand Beach.
- Sand Beach in the Park.
- Little fellow that agreed to pose at Sand Beach.
- Bar Harbor.
- Four masted schooner in the Harbor.
- Lobster cooking pots in the parking lot at Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound.
- Grand Theatre in Downtown Ellworth, Maine.


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How have you found the availability of campgrounds so far in Maine? It's on our bucket list to make the trip from NSB FL up to Maine one summer.

(BTW, what's a five point hookup?)
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As a guess, power, water, sewer, cable TV, Internet. Some places can do wired phone on the pedestal as well. Saw that in Arizona or Texas as I recall. Snowbird park.


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How have you found the availability of campgrounds so far in Maine? It's on our bucket list to make the trip from NSB FL up to Maine one summer.

(BTW, what's a five point hookup?)
We have not had any trouble finding campsites here in Maine thus far. They have gotten pricier since the first day of summer (June 21). Maine is somewhere that should not be missed. We have been Airstreaming in Maine eight times in the last ten years.

The coastal scenery and water views are pretty spectacular. The below photograph was taken earlier today. It is of the Harbor at Stonington, Maine. The Lobster Fleet dots the harbor with the town in the background.

Five point hook-up are electric, water, sewer, cable, and wifi.

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Lucy broke camp this morning in Orland, Maine, and we headed over to Ellsworth, Maine where we stopped and got Lucy a nice campsite with 5 point hook-ups. We got Lucy set up and headed into Ellsworth where we stopped at the local Chevrolet dealer and were able to get Fred an oil change and new fuel filter. They got us out pretty quickly, and we continued over to Acadia National Park. We toured the Park for a while before heading back toward the campground.

We stopped off at the Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound where we picked up some freshly picked lobster meat to take back for supper. We got back to Lucy shortly before dark and chowed down on some lobster meat. We decided to forgo the lobster roll tonight and went with heated lobster meat and melted butter. It was really, really good.

Tonight's pictures include:

- Entering Acadia National Park.
- View from high road in the Park.
- Egg Rock Lighthouse in Bar Harbor,
- SuEllyn on trail to Sand Beach.
- Sand Beach in the Park.
- Little fellow that agreed to pose at Sand Beach.
- Bar Harbor.
- Four masted schooner in the Harbor.
- Lobster cooking pots in the parking lot at Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound.
- Grand Theatre in Downtown Ellworth, Maine.


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Lucy is still camped in Ellsworth, Maine. We headed out today to do some more touring in the area. We made our way south out of Ellsworth to checkout some of the small coastal fishing villages. The coast in this part of Maine is very rough with a large number of inlets and bays off of the Atlantic Ocean. It was a beautiful sunny day today with a high temperature of 70 degrees.

We went through a number of small towns, and eventually made our way down to Stonington which claims to have the largest lobster fishing fleet in the world. Whether that is a factual statement or not, we don know. What we will tell you is that Stonington is an idyllic fishing village that looks like something out a travel magazine. We had a nice lunch at a local restaurant with an ocean view. We took a bunch of pictures before heading back up to Ellsworth.

We got back to Lucy and got settled in for the night. After darkness fell, we needed to use Lucy's furnace to take the chill off. What a great day.

Tonight's pictures include:

- Blue Hill Harbor.
- Road down the coast.
- The 1880 Barncastle, an early grand summer cottages in this area.
- Cove near Blue Hill, Maine.
- The 1926 Stevens Bridge on Maine State Road 172.
- Mountain and water views along the road.
- The 1939 Deer Isle Bridge across Eggemoggin Reach.
- Vintage filling station in Stonington, Maine.
- Stonington Harbor with hundreds of lobster traps on the dock.
- Lobster at anchor in Stonington Harbor.


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My friend David Dodson who is a folk singer in Camden wrote a song called The Maine Song and one of the verses references Maine's summer as a "damn fine two weeks". Guess that explains your need for the furnace. Summer will be there next week and the week after then Fall begins about July 11 or so.


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You are close to the Wooden Boat School, which has great classes, and limited on-site RV/tent parking without hookups (for students), right on the water on an old estate which they bought decades ago on the cheap. I spent two separate weeks there in the 90's with the old 25' AS, and had a great time. Family style meals are served up the street in the dormitory building near the center of Brooklin [sic].

Not sure if you have time for a class this year, but in future years it might be an interesting part of the Maine trip? As you can see from the listings, there are classes in all manner of matters maritime. One course I took was for wood carving. Another for surveying wooden boats for prospective purchasers. Really excellent instructors and a great location!

I see some new classes listed including photography . . .

Happy Trails for the rest of your trip, and thanks again for the photos and comments.

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PS -- edit -- not sure if they permit RV/trailer parking any more.
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You are close to the Wooden Boat School, which has great classes, and limited on-site RV/tent parking without hookups (for students), right on the water on an old estate which they bought decades ago on the cheap. I spent two separate weeks there in the 90's with the old 25' AS, and had a great time. Family style meals are served up the street in the dormitory building near the center of Brooklin [sic].

Not sure if you have time for a class this year, but in future years it might be an interesting part of the Maine trip? As you can see from the listings, there are classes in all manner of matters maritime. One course I took was for wood carving. Another for surveying wooden boats for prospective purchasers. Really excellent instructors and a great location!

I see some new classes listed including photography . . .

Happy Trails for the rest of your trip, and thanks again for the photos and comments.

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PS -- edit -- not sure if they permit RV/trailer parking any more.

Hi Peter,

Thank you for the information. We were in Brooklin yesterday and took some pictures there. Of particular interest was the three story frame Mansard-roofed commercial building shown below. Also shown in is a photo of the Brooklin Town Hall. We always take a plotting photo of a building or sign to help us identify where the following pictures were taken.

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Small world! The general store in Blue Hill used to have a great selection of wines FYI, especially nice red Bordeaux's (sp?).

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