After finally exiting the Caucomgomoc Stream we
entered Chesuncook Lake. We canoed across the lake to our campsite, the
nicest one yet. It had a nice stone campfire and a lean-to and a great view
of the lake.
Across the lake was a small village, a really small village called Chesuncook. The permanent population of the
village was about 7. The village was located on Gero Island located in the
middle of the lake.
After dropping off our stuff at camp
and getting partially set up we canoed across the lake to the village. In
the village there was a man who sold homemade fudge and root beer. We all
went there and tried them and they were delicious. After we were done we
headed back to camp so we could finish setting up camp. Dinner that night was huge! We
had a variety of food and even cake afterwards. Most of us went to bed early
but a couple stayed up a little later and got to see Chesuncook set off a
couple fire works for the 4th of July.