Elsa's Inn On The Harbor
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If you have ever hoped to be engulfed by the beauty of the night sky, Maine is the place for you. It was like from the time the blue matte sky turned into a sheet of black silk coating the everything above we were morphed into 10 year old seeing the inside in a planetarium for the first time. The stars were so magnificent that the chance of looking at anything else during the ...
... br> Such a great meal!
After deciding to stay longer we drove back out to Stonington, this time to purchase lobster from him. After packing us up again, and us insisting we pay for them this time, he took ...
... steep edges. They are also fondly called "Rockefeller's teeth".
We spent several days in Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park and motoring over to Schoodic Peninsula, another part of the Park. Great scenery, fresh air, and beautiful sea shore.
What goes up, must come down, and reversing our track, we did, and now we are traveling South to Augusta, ME and meet up with the Quinn brothers and families. Stay tuned and hope you are enjoying the ...
... known as a delicacy) and all, and it was delicious. I was shocked to find out that Maine is the largest producer of blueberries, raised in New Jersey I thought that we had been (how egocentric), the blueberry pie was amazing.
We took another stroll around town to work off our lobster before retiring. We have a big day tomorrow, mountains to climb and seas to kayak!
Acadia began to be preserved originally thanks to major contributions from local citizen George B. Dorr during the late 1800's to early 1900’s. It was his vision to keep the naturally beauty of Mount Desert Island safe for future generations. The park was first called the Sieur de Monts ...