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Anything to see in Maine?

Discussion in 'North East' started by TacoSupremeo, Jul 6, 2018.

  1. Jul 6, 2018 at 9:39 AM
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    I will be coming up to do a job in Rumford next tuesday. Is there anything to see there?
     
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  2. Jul 6, 2018 at 9:46 AM
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    if you have time White Mtn Nat Forest is nice. More in NH than Maine, but not far from where you will be.
     
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    All I know is Lobster Rolls :hungry:
     
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    Well in the rumford area not much. It's an old mill town. If you have time taking a trip to Portland and the old port is nice if you like different types of food and beer. Sunday river and sugarloaf might have lifts open to go to the top of the mountains for some scenery. If you have time to really travel you can head up the coast to bar harbor and see what the maine coast has to offer for you. It's a beautiful area. But in the immediate rumford area there isn't much. There are some campgrounds and scenic look outs and that's about it. If you were coming through the 20th they will be having the New England Forest Rally in that area and in NH. Most everything will be a day trip that's worth really seeing.
     
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    this sounds interesting, just looked at the path i will be taking (definitely not going thru the city) and looks like i will pass right thru there. thanks!

    not a seafood guy, but thank you.


    i will look into this too, thanks. i am actually going to the mill to do some work.
     
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    If you do go down to portland there are hundreds of micro breweries and restaurants. All of them are great. They range from old school pubs to nice fancier restaurants. There's also a bunch of distilleries and meaderies. If you're into that kind of thing :D
     
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