Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas any more. (Or Maine)

Well on Friday 9/9/16, we woke up in Strong Maine at the Starship East, but we pulled out early that morning after another wonderful breakfast (Thanks so much Kathy!) and we headed for Webster NH in a round about way of Cabelas plaza in Scarborough to meet my brother Dan and his wife faith at Portland Pie there for lunch. But after lunch, we hit the road again, topped the rig off in Bow NH and even though our last fuel up was 7/29 and we had run the generator 7+ hours and used the diesel hot water furnace for 6.5 weeks, driven to 2 campground in MDI, over to Kingfield area, down to Scarboro and then to Bow NH, we only took 70 gallons of diesel (the generator and furnace all run off the same 150 gallon tank). Not too bad I thought! We setup camp at Cozy Pond Campground in Webster NH. It was a little tight for our rig, but we managed. Jane’s high school fried Kendal came for a visit Friday afternoon. And Jane’s sister Joanne had arranged a family send off of sorts at the campground Sunday and a good time was had by all. Thanks Joanne!

The jeep all hooked up and ready to head out of Maine for the remainder of 2016! Departing Starship East.
The jeep all hooked up and ready to head out of Maine for the remainder of 2016! Departing Starship East for points west of Maine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seemed harmless enough, but seeing this sign this time felt different than ever before! We'll cross this bridge again next May!
Seemed harmless enough, but seeing this sign this time felt different than ever before! We’ll cross this bridge again next May!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Henley clan at Cozy Park Campground, Webster NH.
The Henley clan at Cozy Park Campground, Webster NH.
Sarah made the long drive down the day before and stayed with us in the coach to attend the gathering.
Sarah made the long drive down the day before and stayed with us in the coach to attend the gathering.
Aerial shot of the campground from my drone with Mt Kearsarge in the background.
Aerial shot of the campground from my drone with Mt Kearsarge in the background.