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  1. In this vlog we get our Science on, we head to DownEast institute in Jonesport Maine on Beal's island. Once we are there we get a great tour they teach us about soft shell clams, razor clams, lobsters, scallops and oysters. They do research and also have a hatchery where they keep the population up. There was so much to learn and we had an amazing time. Then we had to Ingersoll Point Preserve to do some hiking. It's an amazing trail that goes through very thick woods, on a cliff side and eventually down to the beach. We have a great time and we are getting excited for what we have planned next, make sure you tune in! ***Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!***
  2. Maine is beautiful, spending time at our families place in Jonesport Maine we admire the amazing cloud formations, head back to Acadia National Park. We do a very intense bike ride, and enjoy the Schoodic Peninsula portion of Acadia. You need to go to Acadia, we wonder why no one is talking about this National Park, Its a top 5 for me! We love our little RV Life, hopefully you enjoy this video!
  3. Maine is beautiful, fun, vast, expansive, breath taking, we see it from a different perspective Off-Road! We take a great trail from JonesPort towards Lubec and Quoddy Head State Park in Maine. We also get very close to the Canadian border, but someone has forgotten his passport! We explain why we love Canada and go for a great hike with amazing views! ***Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!***
  4. In this vlog is a sad but exciting day, we pack up leave Mt Desert Narrows RV Resort and head south to Cornish Maine to spend time with family in the area! We end up Moochdocking at our families house, from there we head to New Hampshire to Diana's Bath a hiking trail and waterfall ran by the United States Forest Service. Being so close right in New Hampshire we head over to North Conway to explore their downtown area with all the shops, I get some delicious beef jerky with a review, and of course we have to have some Moxie!!! A Maine staple have you ever tried Moxie? Make sure you watch till the very end!!!!! Loving the RV Lifestyle!
  5. Spending more time in Acadia National Park is amazing, we also go to Bar Harbor where we walk around the town and get some breakfast at Epi's restaurant. Then we head south to the southern most tip of Mt Desert Island where we go to the Bass Head lighthouse, also stopping to hike to some tide pools. Really hope you enjoy! Living in our RV gives us great opportunities.
  6. We watch the Sunrise on Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National park, also hike the scariest hike we have ever done, Beehive Trail in Acadia National Park. We use our Go Pro Hero 7 Black to capture amazing footage of a super intense hike that might be too challenging for many! Have a look and see what RV living and travel is all about!
  7. A small lot of land with a storage building on South Lubec Road in Lubec, Maine. The lot is 8,712 square feet (about 90' x 90'). The building is about 24' square. The land is flat and well drained - gravely. The property has electricity but no water or septic. The property is about 600' from the Lubec Channel and has a limited view of the channel and Grand Manan Island. South Lubec Road is the road to the famous West Quoddy Head lighthouse. Taxes are $615 per year based on a $26,000 assessment. The area of the land is approximately what is bounded by the bushes in the attached photos. The building is dry and sheet rocked inside. The lot is #9A-1 on the Lubec property map https://townoflubec.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/map-214.pdf. We are asking $18,000 but will consider serious offers.
  8. Hi we are an Australian couple traveling around USA and Canada (on our 2nd, 6 month stint) and this time heading to Nova Scotia and then the eastern side of the USA. (At the present we are in Campbelford ON, Canada) Would love any and all suggestions for getting there and traveling around Nova Scotia as we have heard this is one of the most beautiful places to travel. We are in a 40 ft Alfa Motorhome. Thanks in advance. Mark and Hayley ?
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