Englishman'S Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... a lovely 3 day, relaxing, stunning adventure where we got to hike (rain, hail and shine), eat so much lobster we got sick of it and spent Rich's first fathers day chilling in our B&B-where fresh cookies were baked at 3pm every afternoon
This beautiful NP is situated on the coast, and on the cold waters of the Atlantic. Although small, you can drive ...
... we were supposed to shimmy on up that somehow! I went first, sans backpack, as I had enough of a struggle trying to get my ass through without that as well, and finally managed to haul myself up the length of the slab, grazing my knew in the process. After pulling the backpacks up, I helped Laura up too, but the ordeal wasn't over yet - we had a series of these scrambles up the sheer cliff face to endure before reaching the top. One was so steep that metal rings had ...
... and then descended on the narrow staircase. We took in a short hike trying to get a better perspective of the area but ended up deep in the woods and could not even see it. It was a beautiful and felt like we were on a quest in Lord of the Rings with mossy undergrowth on all the trees roots that looked like they were wearing fuzzy socks.
We then went to see the other famous lighthouse at Head Harbor across on Campabello Island, back in NB. ...
... is tricky and not so much fun. It is tiiiiiiight, no where to park, no where to turn around, so we kept going. We ended up doing another circle through another part of Acadia. We decided we would find a camp ground first, then figure out a means to return to town. It was a great surprise to find out that there is a bus system - free - that makes regular circuits to all the campgrounds and many ...
... Mary 2, at anchor in the harbor. This makes the bus system seem all the more necessary to avoid the hassle of trying to find a place to park and remembering where said spot is. All you have to remember is how to get back to the Village Green and what your route number is.
After today, I would say Acadia is not a bad place to visit on a rainy day. It shows a different side of itself and it’s a side worth ...