Englishman'S Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... told us they had just seen one or perhaps a pair of whales breach just past the lighthouse. We had to go out to see ourselves. This is a beautiful lighthouse which sports a big red cross on it and has several small buildings and a house next to it, making a very pleasing arrangement to photograph from many angles. While we were standing out on the seaward side of the lighthouse straining to see the whales, the cowardly couple grew a pair and became ...
... the gift shop when they arrived. And they were very upset about the way our car was parked. So much so, that they complained to me, and they circled my car, staring at me, waving their hands and expecting me to move the car, because the front wheel was on the white line, a situation that was unavoidable when we drove in, given how the cars on both sides of us had defined our space quite clearly. They spent 10 minutes in this animated ...
Sunday we decided to take a ride to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. Having grown up in Maine I had been there many times; however, Tammy had only been once as a stop during a cruise a number of years ago. We boarded mom and dad's Subaru (mom and dad included) and headed out for the hour drive from their house to MDI. The weather was great - mid 70s with a light breeze. We made our way to the park entrance as I wanted Tammy to ...
... for is afternoon tea with popovers. We had to stop and give them a try. They are served hot right out of the oven with butter and strawberry jam. They were delicious I will have to see if I can make them at home sometime.
The end of the day was a drive up to the top of Cadillac Mountain to see the sunset. It was beautiful but extremely windy. Then a nice dinner in town where I had a seafood linguine dish and Fred had Halibut and we shared a lobster. It was all delicious.
... walked together in light rain along the coast – and had long discussions about everything.
We were driving up the Cadillac Mountain, the summit – 465 m – is the highest point in Hancock Country, but – guess what - there was only fog on the top, so we decided to drive back. Suddenly sun was coming through the fog and for few minutes we had the chance to see something from the landscape, a beautiful view over the ...