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... town of Bar Harbor. Although we went around many of the larger cities, we did end up hitting traffic just north of New York City. It was a long drive, but our last 450 miles through Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine were almost perfectly timed with the fall colors. I expect many places will reach their peak within the next week or two. I'll have to get a map to count all the various states we drive through -I think it was somewhere between 9-11 different states. We ...
... I can swim and sunbathe and walk barefoot all year long. But I am happy now; summer still has its grip on northern New England. Even though the kids will be back in school, the temps this coming week are supposed to be in the 80-90F range, totally atypical for this time of year, and the sun will still shine with its powerful heat. Such delightful weather! I wish it would stay this way forever.
... noise when the waves crash into it. It wasn't very thundery when we arrived, as the tide was out, but we did get to clamber about on the surroundings rocks, and we got some excellent views of the coast. The couple from Sand Beach turned up again, and from this point in we were leap frogging them the whole way. We had another stop at Otter point headland where there were lovely views, and then we came up to Jordan Pond. I'd heard there was a boardwalk around the lake ...
... misting kept up until the afternoon when it came down progressively harder. We drove through the entire park, stopping along the way and hiked out to the ocean side for the views which were largely hidden due to the mist and rain that fell the entire day. What views we could see were still beautiful.
Afterwards, we spent a few hours at the local laundromat (I know!!! Mundane!) But this is always a great time to get lots of ...
... was advertised everywhere you looked. We had been given a heads up that if we ended up in Trenton, to stop for lunch at the The Lobster Pound. As luck would have it, we drove by at lunchtime and pulled right in for the experience. What fun. Huge lobsters! Giant boiling pots. Cold beer. Friendly people. Delicious lunch and another shared memory!
Let it be known that driving an RV downtown ...