The Blue Hill Inn
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... definitely getting old because the contact between the ball and bat hurt my hands so much they turned bright red and threatened to blister. Once my coins were gone, I had to call it a night. I was impressed at how quickly both Mark and I picked back up at swinging the bat. We both hadn't been to a batting cage (or played) since San Antonio days. Kudos to our athleticism! Wednesday was a trivia night with our friend, Alicia. Emily (another ...
... on to our new destination not knowing how far we could actually make it. Cosmo Kramer would've been proud...
Bay of Fundy is really the only destination that I had heard anything about in New Brunswick before the trip. This immediately put it on our radar when looking for nearby places to check out. Its tidal range of 17 meters, the highest in the world, creates some unusual scenery as ...
... hiking trails. The second one was a hoot with ranger Tod who had an alter ego Ted , whom he called his brother . Ted sang and played guitar and was very good. He changed the words to a few songs, one being the Beatles “hey jude” and made them more nature oriented. his talked was on the sounds of Acadia. He did bird songs and some mammal sounds. He was very funny and we both sang and laughed, I would pay money to see ranger Ted and ...
... the road turned into a small land (a little claustrophobic for Blue) with picturesque waterfront scenes around every other curve.
Returning to Camden we left Blue in Hannah’s driveway and walked through the town and down to the harbor front. We gave into the temptation of some fresh baked goods from one of the many bakeries lining the harbor.
Heading north, we decide to head into Acadia National Park a day earlier than planned. On the ...
... pdf"). The latter focuses on Connecticut, but it includes more detail on the same colossal events - the lost continent of Avalon and Africa crashing into the proto-North-America continent forming New England's Himalayan size mountain range that became the Appalachians and the coastal plain.
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Do’s: Fathom restaurant in Bar Harbor, Side Street Café; Bar Harbor Bicycle Rental. Ullikana ...