|This statue of Paul Bunyan welcomes you to the town|
of Rumford. That's Scott standing next to him so you can
judge the height.
We were ready for a rest stop when we entered Rumford Falls, Maine and were welcomed by Paul Bunyan. A beautiful park overlooks the falls by a graceful bridge spanning the Androscoggin. A number of iron cutout statues are scattered around commemorating the indian tribe that originally lived here. A memorial to Edmund Muskie, Maine Senator and U. S. Secretary of State was dedicated here in 2000.
|A wrought iron moose stands watch over the|
Pennacook Falls, the highest waterfall east of Niagra,
falling 177 feet over granite.
|A close up of the top section of the falls|
|The view from the bridge|
|Our beautiful bedroom at Ann's Point Inn in Bass Harbor|
|Relaxing with glasses of wine in the living room|
|The tide was half way out when we arrived. The Inn is|
on a peninsula and every room has a water view
|Our first morning's elegant breakfast; baked blueberry|
french toast, smoked salmon and fresh peaches
|The "trial" guests; Scott, Jane Hulting-Cohen, our hosts|
Alan and Jeanette Feuer, Trudy Burke, Jim Cohen and J.P.L.