No, I went an extra 395 miles via Mt Desert Isle, Calais, and Houlton.
Yesterday morning, not very far from my departure point of Ellsworth, I got out of the car and took a lovely woodland walk at Ship Harbor in the Acadia National Park.
(Note to self: get out of the car more often).
As I continued along the Eastern edge, it was interesting watching the scenery transition from coastal tourist/vacationer roadside business to hard-scrabble farming communities. When I reached the Canadian border at Calais, I felt like I was beyond the beyond.
|I even got re-welcomed to the state.|
In all my excitement of nearing the Northeast corner of the US perimeter, I posted this to my fashion blog instead of here:
Oops! Must pay more attention when creating posts on the phone.
Here's where US1 and 95 meet in Houlton, the NE corner:
|where I missed the turn|
After I have some breakfast, I'll be ready to hit the road again.
Tonight, I'll be in Burlington, VT.