Anne's White Columns Inn
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... park nearby and enjoyed dining in solitude with only gulls as company. Dex decided we would knock off a bunch of geocaches on our drive on Mt. Desert Island today. We found 10 caches, all of which took us to fun and interesting places. One was in Somesville, Maine, the oldest settlement on Mount Desert Island (dating from 1761), a picturesque little village located at the northern end of Somes Sound, the only fjord on the east coast ...
Sunday morning Dave & family went to Episcopal Church. Dad + 4 of us walked down to docks. John & I hiked the Bee Hive & Gorham Mtn trails; then up & down from Otter Cliffs to Thunder Hole a couple times. ~ 3 hours. Dinner at Pat's Pizza, Maine Deer Signs ice cream - great! 215 6646 ...
... are called New England - I found the answer in Lonely Planet guidebook for New England. Here goes:
"The English explorer Captain John Smith, while cruising the coast of North America in 1614, christened the land New England. The name came to be used when referring to the four early British colonies here: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. In the 1700s the states of Maine and Vermont were ...
... we thought we would see.
We went on down to see Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, located on non-other than Bass Harbor! It was really a beautiful harbor and is at the southern most tip of Mount Desert Island.
Went on over to Seawall to enjoy our picnic. WE got a wonderful spot over looking the water!! A seagull even came over and kept me company while sitting and relaxing on the rocks.
The drive took us over to Northeast Harbor ...
... around the place if he could show me how to eat the rest of the lobster. I swear this guy was just waiting for someone to ask him for help because he jumped at the request and manhandled the you-know-what out of my lobster! He snatched the lobster and plunged his huge thumb into the tail and ripped it out of the shell! He had these huge working-class-hero fisherman hands and was obviously very skilled on how to eat a lobster. After some cracking and pushing and pulling, he ...