Much nicer driving today, and as a result we made it all the way to Calais, Maine. We are right on the border, in fact our parking spot is overlooking the river that separates Canada and the United States.
We were going to stay at the Calais Walmart, but it’s not the nicest there, and we have a nice spot on the river here. We are parked right outside a Maine State Police office, so I expect we’ll be pretty safe here. I even asked the officer in there if we could park here and she phoned the Calais city police and asked. We never got a firm answer, but she figured we were “okay” here.
Our parking spot for the night
Canada is on the other side...
We hope to wake up early, fill the gas tank to the top, and head over the bridge early before the traffic starts. Then we’ll be back in the land of the high taxes and expensive beer.
Total Nights Sleeping in the RV…222
May Fuel $ 446.69 ($351.12 in Sherman and $95.57 in our little car which we use while at Ruth’s parents)
May Grocery $ 313.90
May Overnight Costs $ 10