Inn on the Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... hotel which led to Farmington in one direction (which was 3 1/2 miles away) and Wilton in the other direction on the trail (about 3 1/2 miles away, too).
If you haven't had a chance to look at those pictures, they are posted to facebook (album titled "Maine in Fall").
The drive to Bar Harbor was fast. It took about 3 hours. We had to stop by a local gear shop to look for some rock climbs in Acadia National Park. ...
... was advertised everywhere you looked. We had been given a heads up that if we ended up in Trenton, to stop for lunch at the The Lobster Pound. As luck would have it, we drove by at lunchtime and pulled right in for the experience. What fun. Huge lobsters! Giant boiling pots. Cold beer. Friendly people. Delicious lunch and another shared memory!
Let it be known that driving an RV downtown ...
... tonight so we take a gamble on Rupuninis Bar & Grill. Mr Fletche enjoys his smoked pork chops; my elk burger is so so. The Samuel Adams lager however goes down well. We familiarise ourselves with the town centre before heading back to homebase. In the communal lounge, we are accosted by a lovely – but talkative – American couple who decide to take us under their wing. This is their 19th visit to ...
... and then headed to Stonington for their "Flash-in-the-Pans" steel drums dance...which we unfortunately only got there in time to see the final song. To end the evening we drove to a pier just on Deer-Isle and lay on it watching the stars which was amazing. You could see the Milky Way and more stars than you could ever imagine you could see. There was also algae in the water which, when ...
... and sells that amount daily to suppliers who sell to restaurants, etc. His sons continue the fishing part of the business while he oversees the unloading, purchase and transport of the lobster, and the refueling operation on ...