Englishman'S Bed And Breakfast
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... such as J.D. Rockefeller, donated land that became a portion of Acadia National Park. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery. We are ready for it all!
Having made a hearty lunch, we look for Jim's nice day-pack and conclude that we left it in the RV. This becomes a theme... We ...
... were there. I overheard one of the shop owners saying that they were expecting five tour buses of people from two different cruises later in the day. It also heard a rumor that it is the most photographed lighthouse in the nation (but I have a feeling this may offend any our West Coast/Oregonian friends, so disregard this comment if you fall into this category).
Wanting to give Lenny some credit, here are some facts about how he came ...
... Not only did I pay the extra money, I bought a warm windbreaker so I wouldnt be cold, since they told me it was 25 degrees colder on the water. Very excited, I boarded the boat. They gave the talk about yes, we have three foot seas and thats not horrible but its also not as calm as we'd like so if you'd like to get off now we'll give you a refund. Nope. I was in it for better or for worse. I was going to see my whale! I've swam with dolphins, manatees, stingrays, and ...
We got up and set out early after breakfast to get to Bar Harbor by 8:00 to board our boat. We stopped at a local gas station for Dramamine but they did not have any. Christa found some at the boat company dock and gave some to all the girls. The captain informed us that the seas were relatively calm but that the wind from last night created 4-5' swells that "may be uncomfortable for those that are not used to them" We headed out of the ...
Kim fell in love with Bar Harbor - could move there in a minute, if it weren't for their cold winters, so for one last glimse of this wonderful little harbor town, we took one last walk along the harbor trail and took some final photos for memories.