On day 1, we set off down a favorite Maine road of ours, Route 9. K stopped for a photo at one of his favorite overlooks – the whalesback, an esker. Great glacial feature of Maine!
A mere 90 miles from home, we were in Canada! At one point as we sat on the bridge crossing the border, the truck was in Canada and the Scotty was in the US. Scotty’s safely in Canada now.
Days 2 and beyond, we’re at Shubie Park, a nice campground within the Halifax Metro area, making it very convenient to the work meeting I’m attending all week. The campground is a bit more family oriented/typical than we usually like, but we’re here for the location and it’s really quite nice. It’s a bit more like tailgating than boondocking all around us! All the other trailers are giant buses – except a couple small vans/VWs and a few tenters. The Scotty barely takes up an eighth of the site! It’s doing great, though – even in its first real rainstorm (fingers are crossed as I type that it stays dry all night).