Ann's Point Inn
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Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor
... 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.
... arm and said "here's another" and when I looked there were 5 of us in a row all wearing navy sherpas.
I went on a cliff walk and then walked back to hotel. My hip and knee are not allowing me to go far or very fast.
This evening John and I went into town on the shuttle and had dinner in an old style diner.
Two alarms set for tomorrow as cases have to be out at ...
... exciting in them.
After a fish and chips lunch from the neighboring restaurant we headed on to our next stop which was Owls Head Light in Rockland. This was another nice lighthouse to see and by now we have learned that is best to ask the locals for directions when we get into the general area, we would not have found this one had we not asked or it would have taken us a lot longer.
We then headed for Camden which was another adventure. We had ...
... 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 ...
... br> On the way we stopped in a few of the lesser known towns of Mount Desert Island - Northeast Harbor, Southwest Harbor, and Bass Harbor. Northeast Harbor housed the most grandiose estates, beautiful waterfront properties. It was here that most of the wealthy families rebuilt after a fire in Bar Harbor during 1947 left many of the structures in the town destroyed. Both Southwest Harbor and Bass Harbor were smaller fishing villages with a character that was almost ...