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Last Hurrah for Summer 2014

We just got back from another weekend camping. This I presumed is our last for the season. I will be back to work starting this Tuesday. This means fun is over for me. But then maybe not. I will surely find time to have fun even if summer is over, I promise!
 Our luxury accommodation for the weekend. LOL
 My Sweetest sleeping in.
 I'm all up and waiting for my breakfast chef to wake up. LOL
So for the last time we went camping and did a little gold panning, of course. But this time we stayed at Mt. Blue State Park in Weld instead of Byron where we usually camp. Coos Canyon was already fully booked when my Sweetest called so he asked me to look for a campground closer to the river where we usually do gold prospecting. I found Mt. Blue State Park.
I was surprised how clean and nice the park was. Though it was a little crowded because it was the last weekend of summer vacation for most schools here in Maine, I was happy that I found a place to camp where there were human beings around instead of bears like one summer of 2011.
The State Park Information and Registration Office
 The restroom/shower area. So nice and clean.
The campsite

Markings all over the place are visible and properly placed.
Even the dumpster.

We didn't go back to Byron the following day. Instead we spent half a day exploring the State Park and see what it has to offer. It was indeed a nice place to go and I promise to go back there when my brothers come to visit Maine in summertime.

Author's Note: Follow up post about Mt. Blue State Park coming up soon! (Cross your fingers! LOL)

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