I have another video for you. And yes, I apologize for the dashboard again.
Today’s video was taken just moments after I took the video of Wire Bridge I posted yesterday. Laura and I were traveling north on Rt.27 which turns into Rt.16 in Kingfield, so pretty much everything I took has to do with those two roads.
Kingfield is a nice small town in, I guess what people call, the Carrabassett River area. Or the Carrabassett Valley area. It lies just south of Sugarloaf ski mountain and is considered the gateway to Sugarloaf. It’s an easy area to drive through and has some interesting stops. There’s a big hotel and a few coffee shops. It’s actually quite pleasant. To see some photos, check out my “Visiting the Cathedral Pines in Eustis” post. The first few pictures are of Kingfield.
The video I took is only 3:53 long, so give it a once over. It starts about a minute or two before town and then after we drive through, the road opens up so you can see the river on the right and some beautiful pines after that. Tomorrow’s video will show you more north towards Sugarloaf. The pines, mountains and river up there are very, very nice.
Driving Through Kingfield, Maine