The city is situated on the Penobscot River. Since we were here last my man Paul Bunyan is being squeezed. There was a welcome center then the largest wooden statue of Paul Bunyan in the world, in a large open area.
Room for him and the Blue Ox if needed, but now? We are building. But the city thinks it enhances old Paul.
But look what Jack J. spied in a parking lot, a vintage WWII motorcycle and side car, neat.
While I am on vintage vehicles, Sherry and I ate at Nicky’s Cruise In Café. They were actually having a cruise-in:
There were about 30 beautiful cars.
So we went out for Jack’s 54th birthday.
Everyone got the twin Lobster dinner at Capt. Nicks in Bangor.
Steven King’s address is not advertised for privacy reasons, but you can find it. Note the wrought Iron gates, webs and Bats. It is a neat old home. Play I cannot resist two more
Thanks for coming this way, we are off to Monson to look at the end of the 100 mile wilderness and Mark and I can try out our packs.
The pursuit of happiness is the chase of a lifetime!
Two more from the cruise in:
I know that is a ‘55 Ford, Not sure on the Vette, but think ‘55 also.