We accidently stumbled into Bently Bikers Bar Campground on a Saturday night! http://bentleyssaloon.com/ The music was good and the bar was packed. Not much sleep happening! The bikes got work outs all night and there were a few headaches no doubt. Breakfast is buffet style however and made up for the total lack of sleep. A chance encounter with a lovely couple who live nearby and we have new best friends in Ki and Bill.
Kennerbunkport is a pretty place with one of the coast few ocean front drives. Most of the coast is privatly owned so you can't drive along the foreshore! We were able to follow the coast some way next day south towards Boston. We stopped at a neat little cottage for the night and caught up on lost sleep in comfort and warmth. It getting very cold at night. The leaves are still great and several locals have told us that they are the best they have ever seen, this year
Steady days driving south from Maine. Very sad to leave. But it's too cold to camp in Maine for this little wood duck!
Dropped into Boston to see the old Naval Vessel USS Constellation. No luck. It's being worked on this week so it's closed to the public. A visit to Faneuil Market instead but didn't really need to shop so moved on south to the Cape Cod Peninsular. Another campground in a state park. Tuesday we drove out the Cape Cod Peninsular. It's Roughly 100km from the Cape Cod Canal which cuts through from Cape Cod Bay to Buzzards Bay. province Town at the very end of the peninsular is the first site in the US where the Mayflower anchored. The Pilgrims aboardfirst set foot in the New World at Provincetown. They only stayed briefly, realising quickly that there is no fresh water. Province Town was a pleasant surprise. It's very cramped, with tiny streets and lots of shopping for tourists. There are more galleries here per kilometre than anywhere we've ever been before. It's obviously a very busy destination in the summer but right now it's pleasant.
The night camp was a motel at Falmouth and a nice dinner at an English Pub. Heres to the Pilgrims!