Episode 2 – Champagne in Maine

Living the RV Dream with Traveling Robert – Episode 2 – Champagne in Maine

On this second installment of Living the RV Dream with a Traveling Robert we talk about Maine, andone of our listeners recommends Stephen Foster Culture Center State Park, in White Springs in northern Florida.

Interview with Rene Champagne
Rene at Moxie Falls, Jackman, Maine

Rene has been a viewer of my YouTube channel for many years, a YouTuber himself at Boondocking Mainahs. He travels with his wife in a Coleman travel trailer. Which he has retrofitted to allow for handicapped wheelchair access. Below you can see some pictures of his modifications.

Coleman camper modified for handicapped access
Camping in Maine

We also spoke about some of his favorite boondocking spots, one of them in Eustis, Maine, on the northwestern part of the state, near the Nash Creek

Nash Brook, Eustis, Maine

Peabody Mountain, Little Larry Road, in Bethel, Maine.

Black Nubble Mountain

We also talk about paid campgrounds. His favorite is Recompense Shores at Wolfe’s Neck Farm.

Recompence Shores Campground
Lobster Roll from Erica’s, in Hapswell, Maine

Knowing me, you know we had to talk about food, and the differences between Florida Lobster and Maine Lobster. Here’s a picture of his favorite lobster roll.

We also spoke about Maine’s most famous Acadia National Park. It has the first sunrise in the United States, with a view of Katahdin Mountain.

 

 

Crescent Beach State Park

The tune of the day is Music City, which I originally composed for the Nashville Portion of my Great American Road Trip 2016

For more information about the Great American Eclipse 2017 visit https://www.greatamericaneclipse.com/

 

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