Well, Hubby is a busy guy. He hardly had break from work. So, after our wedding at the lighthouse last 7th of July last year (2007), he went back to work the following day because he needed to. I was not complaining though. We already talked about it. We both wanted something really memorable for our honeymoon so we just decided to forego the “practice” for a later date to give way to our priorities.
And so, we left home Saturday (5th of July) late afternoon to begin our 600+ miles, 10 hours drive journey across the border. We didn’t go straight to our honeymoon venue because our reservation was not until Monday (7th of July) so instead we spent a night at Bangor (one of the biggest Cities of Maine about 200 miles from the Canadian boarder). I drove from home to Bangor for 5 hours giving me more hours on my driving practice and more reasons for Hubby to rant whenever I made mistakes every now and then. We stayed at Comfort Inn hotel for the night and started driving off to Calais, Maine which is just across the Canadian border and where we will be staying again for the night.
St. Croix Bay separating mainland USA and Canada (which are the islands just across the bay)
The Seawall Cottage, where we stayed for the night.
The US-Canada Border of Maine, USA and New Brunswick, Canada.
And from there, we continued with the other half of our 600+ miles journey across the border and off we went to the next level of our honeymoon across the border.