After a good night’s sleep and some coffee and instant grits for breakfast I attended second Baptist Church of Calais. I was blessed to share in Sunday school, worship service and lunch after! The deadline for my covid test expired at 2:00 p.m. with nothing in my email, so I inquired at the local pharmacy about another covid test. Turns out the best bet was to was to go to Bangor where I can be tested Monday morning with results guaranteed in 48 hours, and hopefully less.
On my way to bangor, I took a detour into moosehorn National wildlife refuge, which I saw on my way into town yesterday. I stopped at a few viewing areas and wildlife observation blinds, swung by headquarters (closed), and then followed some back roads around the refuge. It was some of the most beautiful scenery I’ve seen since yesterday. Lol, what can I say, Maine is a beautiful state! I saw no moose, but it looks like a place they would really love.
I then resume the 100 mile drive to Bangor. It was the same road I drove on yesterday, a good road but not very interesting except for the wind turbines. I did see a beautiful sunset and the cutest little rest area I have ever seen. I stopped there for a snack. Most cars would drive in, see the sign that it was an outhouse, and drive off!
I finally made it to Bangor about dusk, found a Planet fitness where I can shower in the morning, and found a place at Walmart park for the night.
Mileage: 115(?). Groceries: $2.47.