Ann's Point Inn
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... the pink granite over to Ships Harbor point. Then north along the trail back to road and along road to car park.
We then drive Oliver to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse which has been on operation since 1850 when half of the Maine population were mariners. We climbed down the cliffs amidst the rising tide and crashing surf to get the best photo. See the pix.
... It's great. Fully stocked kitchen, linens, and super clean. We didn't want to stay in Bar Harbor. Too many people. We can jump on the Island Explorer bus anytime we want free of charge and can go anywhere on Mount Desert Island which makes it very easy. Our first hike was out to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse. It was a great ease in for our first hike. I think it was approximately ...
... An old Polish couple, running a self-service store and a small restaurant – they offered us chowder, lobster and salad. As they had no license for wine, we only could order water, but they had no problem taking our own bottle which we bought few hours before in a wineshop (were the owner also had Austrian wine!). We enjoyed our rustical dinner with our wine in plastic cups! It was a blend designated to be drunk with lobster – called ...
... and budget cuts. But the 27-mile Park Loop Road reopened the morning I arrived. So I was one of the first to travel it this year. There was a lot of stop-and-go and for a good part of the road you could look left at the stormy Atlantic and look right at the mountains and forest. Many good places to stop and walk around. I also drove to the top of Cadillac Mountain ( 1530 ft ). Some really sweet views. Acadia National Park was certainly a banquet for my ...
... a rather beautiful week. Palm Sunday the weekend before, with it’s anticipation, and, a couple days previously, Good Friday Mass. I don’t remember how long it’s been since I first saw The Passion of the Christ. I do know that it has been three years since I finally understood – and accepted- what the words “see the nail marks in my hands and feet…peace be with you,” truly meant. Ever since then, that particular Mass has held a great ...