Our drive across New Hampshire was a short one – over almost before it began it seemed. But that was because we crossed in the northern section. It was a lovely drive, though and we knew the road was taking us toward the ocean:
Mid afternoon, we arrived near Freeport, Maine – and met up with our friends again. Freeport is the site of the flagship stores for LL Bean, and a major destination for M. On our way across Maine, we passed through Greenwood, which boasted it was the ‘birthplace of LL Bean’ – small enough that we dared not blink in case we missed it LOL! But good things do come from small places, obviously. The LL Bean village was impressive with 3 huge buildings dedicated to clothing and outfitting outdoor enthusiasts of every kind, as well as making sure all could make home décor suit their style:
We took them right out of the tank, and into the pot. Delicious! And a lesson in how to eat lobster without all the proper tools – and bibs!
We were in the most north-eastern corner of continental US – back to Canada next day!
US – we’ve thoroughly enjoyed visiting and seeing your sites and learning about your people, your history, your cultures, your food. Thanks for a wonderful three weeks!