Inn on the Harbor
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in the car while inhabiting the hallowed national park land. I wondered if she would be able to justify her transgressions and enjoy the show. I got a chuckle imagining the Park Ranger swooping in, busting Maura and rescinding her Junior Ranger Badge. After much internal debate, she came over to the dark side, joining me for DVD time in the heated CRV.
... a seal popped his head out of the water right beside us. Joanna erupted in screams. She loves them. The little seal watched us for about 10 minutes the flipped around and headed under. We circled the bay and visited the many islands that all seemed to be called porky pine something island. After about 30 minutes, we saw an eagle. These eagles are about twice the size of the eagles we have home. ...
... were one of 2 ships in today along with a few bus loads of people so the town was pretty busy. To get to the shore we had to catch a tender over, which took about 15 minutes. I didn't have any activities booked for today, so my first stop was at the information centre to get a map of the town. I knew that I wanted to walk across the sand bar and also along the ocean trail. First I walked out to the sand bar to see if the tide was low enough ...
... the sandbar to Bar Island. The safe times of the day were from 12:30 – 4:30. If you don’t come back by 4:30 then I guess you are stuck there until the next low tide which is probably the next day! There are lots of small puddles of water on the sandbar, but mostly empty shells and snails. I was looking for something exciting like a starfish or sea urchin or small whale, but nothing. I think a more ...
... 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 ...