The Blue Hill Inn
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... time by driving around the town and getting our bearings. We went to the LL Bean outlet and got Mark and a new pair of hiking boots, learned where the PetCo, grocery store, local organic grocery store and nearest hiking trail called "City Forest" were and felt extremely relieved that there were indeed 2 mexican restaurants, a Chili's and a BW3s. We can survive here!!
3 pm rolled around and we pulled into our driveway to find ...
... injured people more seriously, I was in charge of the car.
Recently I've been living my life as much as I can, working in New Zealand on 2 occasions, travelling around South East Asia and also this trip in the states. I will continue to live in the moment because as it almost shown, I was almost done and dusted.
Arrived in a place just outside Washington called Dunfries, Philly will have to wait until tomorrow. Got there to the news about the fella from Fast ...
... difficult to avoid these things), we saw plenty of signs for moose, but nary an actual moose. Our first stop was in Bangor (which I've always pronouced as "Banger", but the locals pronounce as "Bang-Gore"). The stop was at Stephen King's house. King has long been one of my favorite authors, and it was great to snap a quick picture outside his mansion. It really is a mansion, with turrets, statuary, and a wonderfully Gothic wrought-iron fence with bats, ...
... sun was shining brightly all afternoon.
We came off the trail just in time to catch the last loop shuttle that was running. We took the shuttle to the Jordan Pond area so that we could try to have a cup of tea and a popover (it is kind of like a danish with fruit filling). The movie we watched showed us people sitting out back the restaurant with a great view eating their popovers. Unfortunately we were not allowed to do take out and they ...
Yesterday we were in Bar Harbor. There is no dock so we had to tender in to the shore. We walked around the town and found the Village Square. We had a walking tour that began at he Village Square. We made it as far as the library, stop #3. Nature called, used the internet, and bought a book for a quarter!! We walked back to the wharf and got on a Whale Watching tour. We rode out into ...