Map Location 6 Photos
Did ya ever have to travel a road 'til it ends? I did. US Hwy 1 which spanned
the east coast before the Interstate System was built. I-95 runs along US 1
which starts in Key West, Florida (spoken like a true Floridian) and ends in
Ft. Kent, Maine to the north. It covers about 2000 miles (the sign at each end
gives a different mileage figure). So the only reason I had for going to Ft.
Kent at the northern tip of Maine was to get to the other end of the road - US
Strangly, I approached Ft. Kent from even further north. I was following the St.
Lawrence Seaway through Canada. See black route on map.
|Fort Kent, Maine.
||Northern end of U.S. Hwy 1.
Trip log entry for Fort Kent, Maine
||Passamaquoddy Indian Tribe Sign.
Indian Sign on Passamaquoddy Bay, Maine. Remember the movie Pete's Dragon? It
took place in the [non-existant] town of Passamaquoddy near Bar Harbor, Maine.
I went looking for it and that's what I found.
Map Location 13 Photos
Northern New Hampshire is one of those magical places that you say "If I ever
get back there, I'm gonna...". Well, I did get back there and this time I rode
the Cog Train, took good pictures of "The Flume" and "The Old Man of the
Mt. Washington Photos
Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire Photos
Cog Train up the mountain (Better pictures above)
Old Man of the Mountains The park sign plus 4 shots,
2 with the Nikon 35mm and 2 with the Sony HandyCam [30x zoom]. I've labeled
each picture as to camera and zoom setting. This is why I don't use those
cardboard disposable cameras.
The Flume - Entrance: Visitor Center, covered auto bridge, rustic sign.
The Flume - 4 shots of the narrow Flume passageway.
The Flume - Vertical shot (camera turned 90 degrees) and special feature sign.
The Flume - Covered foot bridge: I took almost a whole roll of film in this
area. I picked out 4 good photos here.
Me by boulder, Stage Coach: I took pictures of the boulder with and without me.
I decided to remind you of what I look like, in case you forgot.
Trip log entry for New Hampshire