Wed Nov 25 11:50:41 EST 2009
I was in Calias one night and the locals flat out told me I was not
driving 'The Airline' that night because of fog and we wound up in St
Stephen for the evening.
That road is no picnic in sunshine either.
On 11/25/09, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 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 <email@example.com>:
>> 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 :)
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