Grant's Kennebago Camps
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... to approach the kiosk and she was very ticked off. We were asked all the same questions we had answered a few hours before by office O'Rourke but the experience was much different. She boarded our rig and walked to the back and looked us over pretty good. She finally softened when she felt we were not terrorists and gave us some literature about Lubec and sent us on our way.
We planned on staying at a campground about an hour further down ...
... Atlantic. Then we went inland and hiked all the way around Jordan's Pond. With sore feet and aching bodies we retreated to our motel to relax a little before going into town for dinner. The crowds have left town. Our motel is almost deserted. I'm just sitting outside, in front of our room enjoying the quiet and warm evening air. The Bar Harbor Motel is spread out in ...
... spotted a seal and climbed a giant cliff of miscellaneous rocks that formed a rock skyscraper. We enjoyed some Pringles after our hike up the rock pile. We were so taken by the view we wanted to see all we could of the scenery and wild life so we booked a whale watching tour, but it was cancelled due to fog. It was disappointing but at least we enjoyed a beautiful day in Bar ...
We got up early in the morning, got ready, ate breakfast then we head to a town called Portsmouth which is 15 miles from Durham. The town is on the river, Pascataqua. When we got to Portsmouth, we parked and walked around the area. The town has a drawbridge that goes up and down every 10 -15 mins, we got off the bridge and saw it being raised. We walked around the plaza for a while, then had lunch at a local Mexican ...
Good morning sun, surf and Hannah who woke at 6:45 with brilliant blue skies, gulls calling, and a loon out on the bay. The puddles within the park have eaten all the garbage stations with 3-6" of water and any site without a gravel driveway is very soft. Our wifi node is still not accepting connections. Cheyenne was given the chance at an Atlantic swim but instead decided to puddle just her feet in the water. Following morning nap it was Acadian National Park tour ...