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Jun 24, 2019 - USA

We woke up at dawn and decided to get on the road early. Time to get back to the US. Breezed through customs and headed to Jonesport cg where we stayed last year. Got our same site 24 and headed to Looks to get lobster for $7.00 lb. We're on a cove filled with lobster boats looking toward Beales island. It's about 60 degrees with a wind blowing so fleece and jeans are in order.

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Jul 5, 2018 - Jonesport

We left Cobscook @11:30 and it was already 91 degrees. The Mainiacs are issuing heat warnings since this is abnormally hot. We headed south on 1 with no place in mind to go. Stopped in Columbia Falls to get gas and Bill and the guy next to us started talking.He said he was camping down at Jonesport cg right on the ocean. We weren't really ready to leave the coast so we headed down there and got the most beautiful spot right on the harbor. All the lobster boats are moored 75 yards from our site and the temperature dropped to 64 at 5 pm....

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Jul 21, 2008 - Down East Day 4: Shoreline Riding and Lobsters

As we took a different road on our walk this morning, I noticed several new sights: we walked past mud flats and salt marshes and saw fresh deer tracks near a copse of birch trees; enjoyed more fragrant beach roses and lighter lavender and some fuchsia wildflowers I’d not noticed along the roadways before; smiled when we saw a home with a name sign of Tidewater Farms and a truck parked by it with a license tag reading “Mud Flats.” Sound travels well in the quiet mornings near the water, so when a large black lab started barking at us as we...

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Sep 30, 2006 - Up the coast

We took a drive along Highway 1, the coastal route, with our GPS. We then found a small road that took us down to the water's edge through quiant small houses to a fishing port. We were getting hungry and found a cute cafe to stop for lunch called Tall Barney's. There were a few locals and a couple other tourists like ourselves that just happened in. On our way home we visited Wild Blueberry Land where they sell everythng Blueberry and everything that is not edible is BLUE in color. It was a fun shop and we got some blueberry syrup and some...

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