Lawn ornaments and garden decorations add something special to every home and garden. Let us help you show your style and set your lawn apart with our unique selection of whimsical lawn ornaments and sculptures. You will find an array of lighthouses, whirligigs, silhouettes, North Country wind bells, statues, and so much more! Best of all, our lawn is set up with many of them on display so you can see them in their natural element! We also carry a selection of solar lighting to add that finishing touch to your creativity.
Lots of Halloween figures...
Webb's RV Center...and once we talked to the service fellow, we unhitched the trailer and headed off to find a restaurant for lunch. We ended up at an Applebee's that happened to have a cinema close by. We really wanted to go see "A Star is Born" but the show times just didn't work. We just missed one showing and the next showing would have made it too late to be back at the RV lot.
So we decide to do a little sightseeing around Bangor...starting with Stephen King's house...
Horror author Stephen King was born in Maine and has used the state as the setting for many of his stories. Despite his fame and wealth, he still lives in his home state, in a rather distinctive mansion just outside of downtown Bangor. The houses in his neighborhood are all large and expensive-looking, but they’re close to the street, which is wide and easily accessible, with a public sidewalk winding throughout. King’s house is red with white trim, towering, and old enough to look historic. It’s also in full view of the street, not hidden behind the small wrought-iron fence that surrounds the property. The fence itself is most of what gives the house its Stephen King-esque flair. Spiders, bat-winged creatures, and a three-headed reptile all decorate the black wrought-iron.
This handsome giant is said to mark the birthplace of the mythical woodsman and even had a cameo in a Stephen King novel. Paul Bunyan’s legend is a staple of American culture as a whole, but the Bangor Bunyan joined the larger cultural landscape when it came to life in Stephen King’s novel It.
Next, we managed to find a parking spot on the street near the Penobscot River Walkway...time to get out for a little exercise.
It's a little cloudy in that direction...
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Sea Dog Brewing Company...so yeah, we decided to go in for a brew (surprise, surprise!)