I love trashOctober 6 in the United States ⋅ ☁️ 9 °C
Maybe the goats on the farm next to the hotel this morning were a sign that today would be rural. Actually, very quiet, with empty streets, few villages, lacking the usual motels, shops or even a Dunkin' Donuts. The route via Paris, Peru and Mexico to Bangor was lined with fluffy roadkill (raccoons or skunks? 🦝🐺) and the industry,as in old times, is still dominated by the lumber industry, plus forest products and paper fabrication. Huts, trailers and houses were mostly beyond the charming and shabby chic state. Often, the line between antiques dealer, constant yard sale, just a dump or uninhabited were flowing. More houses should have barn stars for good luck and to turn away the evil. Well, apart from Halloween... Bangor had strange people and unusual trees, though the house of Stephen King was very nice. Civilisation returned with the proximity to the sea.
Price for Onkel Dicki: We found you The Beetle Shop with a couple of bullis. No guarantees for the quality of camp grounds involved.Read more