Karen and Jay vacationed in Maine. Besides relaxing at the beach, they went to two nearby parks: Funtown in Saco and Canobie Lake in Salem, New Hampshire.

Canobie Lake
One of Canobie's beautiful peacocks spontaneously struts its stuff on the midway stage. The wonderful Canobie carousel The Policy Pond Saw Mill flume ride, from the top of the Giant Sky Wheel
One of the spectacular views from atop the Sky Ride Continuing Canobie's reputation for great theming and landscaping is Da Vinci's Dream, a new Wave Swinger ride. Jay poses with the Tin Man.

A panorama of the pier at Old Orchard Beach An odd little kiddie ride at the Old Orchard Beach midway, Bear Affair Funtown's 20-story Dragon's Descent is visible from about a mile down Route 1. Funtown's big wooden coaster, Excalibur, and its station loom over the parking lot. The entrance to Dragon's Descent is really impressive.
This stands at the entrance to the Camelot Bridge. Wouldn't you like to capture this memorable site at Excalibur's exit? A scene from the peaceful Thunder Falls log flume Do you think enough items are on display at the Heritage Gift Shop? A symbol of Maine guards one of the miniature golf holes.

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