Today threatened (and delivered) some rain, but that didn't stop us one bit. We started the day looking to drop off a guest who had been hitchhiking with us for 3000 miles - a Geocaching Travelbug we picked up in Chico before we left. The little guy, Dee Dee le Cafard by his owner (a French geocacher), was found north of town in a cache with other Bugs looking to be carried along on their journeys. Dee Dee's stated goal was to reach Montreal, so we got him as cl...
Pilakowski Family Travels
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Having finally arrived in Maine the previous day, we arrived now at one of its northernmost points. Calais (pronounced like callous on your foot) lies right on the Canadian border and Michael was constantly fearful of accidentally making a wrong turn toward the border checkpoint. On our first full day there, our hosts the Morris family took us out to West Quoddy Head, the easternmost point of land in all the United States, to see its lighthouse and catch a glimps...