From: William D. Wyatt
Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2004 10:50 AM
To: 'Joyce Baughan'
Subject: RE: Camden SnowBowl -

It'll be a 75-mile trip. I do it in about 90 minutes, no stops. I recommend you allow 2 hrs.

Don't forget, at Warren, take the Route 90 left-turn shortcut to go to Rockport instead of Rockland. Plenty of signs.

I've attached a map - this actually shows another shortcut to get to the SnowBowl before before Rt90 re-joins Rt1 at Camden - Taking a left at traffic light & Rockport Diner onto Meadow Street.



Attractions(?) along the way:

Brunswick: Suspension walking bridge across Androscoggin River

Bath Iron Works, new Sagadahoc Bridge over the Kennebec River

Wiscasset: Ex-Maine Yankee site - look right after going by rt 144 before Wiscasset - can't see anything anymore....but that's the point!

Wiscasset - Red's Eats (probably closed for season)

Damariscotta Reversing Falls, on right side of bridge after the mile-straightaway - depends on tides.

Nobleboro - home of "Camp Kieve

Waldoboro - Moody's Diner, top of northern hill

Warren East Coast Land-Rover on left side of Route 90

Rockport - Camden-Hills High School, Rt 90.

Camden - Maiden Cliffs, Up route 52 about 3 miles north of town, back side of Mt. Battie & Mt Megunticook. A bit out of the way, but very scenic drive-by area where the road is squeezed in between cliffs & the lake.


From: wdwyatt@maine.rr.com[SMTP:wdwyatt@maine.rr.com]
Reply To: wdwyatt@maine.rr.com
Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2004 6:58 AM
To: Joyce Baughan
Subject: Re: Camden SnowBowl - Troop 58 January Newsletter

Hi Joyce -

Interesting to see the Camden Snow Bowl trip - I'm working in Camden!



Toboggan run is visible at east end of ski-runs as a thin white line: