Timberland RV Park
After 3,277 miles, we made it to Maine! We've spent time here before, but it was with our pop-up when the kids were very small. This time we have bigger digs and we'll be meeting up with some of our favorite RV peeps, Curt and Glenda of Illinois Campers.
We're here at Timberland RV Park while we eat lobster and hike and eat lobster. Did I say we'd be eating lobster? Here we are next to each other. Very long sites with plenty of room.
A very nice park. We are in the larger pull through spots. Not too green in our area, but the rest of the park is pretty. $50 a night, FHU. This is the most we've paid this year yet. But then it is on the coast of Maine!
Our site, 218.
One of the other seasonal sites with a nice flower garden.
Curt & Glenda
The first order of business was to find a great local place for lobster! We were told there were many "pounds" down by the water. All are good but Glenda was told Trenton Bridge was really good.
Here are the wood burning stoves where the pots of lobster are cooked.
And here we are with our bibs and food. Everyone loved theirs. I'm not a big lobster fan though. A lot of messy work and I guess I just don't appreciate the flavor. I did enjoy it, but I more a steak gal. Corn, green salad and potato salad. Delicious!!
We drove around a bit and found a nice ice cream place to discuss our upcoming plans. Since dreary weather was forecasted for the next day we decided we would take a drive to the far NE part of Maine and visit some lighthouses, Canada and maybe see a mouse. The ice cream was great, but the Blueberry Pie was even better! I'm not much of a sweets person as some of you may know, but I ate a lot of Blueberry Pie over the next couple of weeks!
Stay tuned for some dang pretty lighthouses next!
(wow, I think this was my shortest post ever)