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Wed Nov 25 09:07:56 EST 2009

You can say that again.  The idea seems to have been, "Let's lay out a 
route from Portland to Calais and make it as convoluted as possible."

Even more confusing is the numbered highway layout on the Blue Hill 
peninsula, on the east side of Penobscot Bay.  Look at it on a map, 
check out the three-digit route numbers, and see if you can figure it 
out.  It's at least as entertaining as "Where's Waldo?".    -Doug

Quoting Kevin Vahey <kvahey@comcast.net>:
> I think you can count the number of people in Maine that call the road
> between Bangor-Calias as Route 9 on one hand. It is 'The Airline'
> Maine SR 9 has to be the strangest road in the US. No matter where you
> go in Maine it seems to appear :)
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maine_State_Route_9

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