What a cool place. The camp is located on Pemadumcook Lake, a beautiful tree surrounded
lake with loons and few other cabins or homes. To get here you have to hike down
a logging road, cut through the woods, and at the lake edge blow an air horn.
From across the lake the owners come with a small motorboat to take you to the
camp. While rustic, it has large bunkroom which sleeps 16, a shower room, a
privy, private cabins, and a small lodge where you can buy supplies, meals,
beer, etc. The bunkhouse is great today because the wood heater is cranking and
with the few of us here, there is plenty of room to dry clothing and other gear.
plan to spend the day here relaxing and then head out tomorrow. I got my
final mail drops here and had enough food to give Ulcer my extra. It should be
enough to get him through with out having to buy too much here. He has a mail drop
only two days ahead.