The Blue Hill Inn
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... to scenic vistas.
In the last ten years the park service working with a volunteer organization, Friends of Acadia, has opened up many of the vistas that had become overgrown. We had great views of hillsides in fall color, the granites cliffs and mountain tops, and in many places views out to the rugged bays and small islands that form the coastline ...
... About 10 minutes later, Danielle came to claim me and I carefully told her that I just wanted two straight inches cut off and don't try anything fancy. I had told her I was trying to get the weight off my shoulders and off the back of my neck and to my surprise, she impressed me with her knowledge of hair. Do you want layers? ... no, I hate layers. Okay, but what if I took a little off of the top to give ...
... At first it was driving around then we began looking for the Visitors Center. We finally found it and spent 10-15 minutes talking to the person behind the counter until another couple wandered in asking directions. We walked across the street to the capitol building looking for a gift shop. I was wearing my Vietnam Veterans hats so I was not surprised that the police officer stopped me. He is a veteran too so we talked a bit about ...
... 15 miles from Bar Harbor. We went on a nice long and exhilarating hike followed by a nice long kayak ride. I had never been in a kayak or paddled one before so I had no clue or idea of what to do. We rented three kayaks, a double and two singles. We all had fun going in them and we felt like we were on the English rowing team. We returned to the docks, returned our equipment then went to dinner at a nearby restaurant. When we got finished, we ate ice cream, then turned in for the ...
... and bitter winds. It's a bit more masculine than the Washington coast, I thought. The park is gorgeous, and you can sit out on the rock cliffs and just stare at the ocean. We were very fortunate to be there on a sunny day. The days on either side of that day were stormy.
We had lunch in Bar Harbor, which is kind of an upscale, touristy spot. Our lunch was pretty nondescript, but it included frozen custard, which was another first for us. Mmmm. Then we ...