Ivy Manor Inn
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... Also, the
clothes are very well made and comfortable, so it is a very practical
souvenir that will last you a while.
Probably my favorite place to visit in Bar Harbor that is open year round is
Reel Pizza. This movie place doubles as dinner. It is a two theater
room cinema that plays new releases every night. When you go in, you
buy a ticket at the door. Then you can walk into where the counter is
an order ...
... and our ship. The harbour in which we are anchored is absolutely thick with buoys marking the lobster pots. Each fisherman has their own markings/colours on the buoy. The pots have two sections – the kitchen and the living room, so they tell us, and are baited with mackerel. The lobster fishery has increased significantly as the predator fish eg cod have been overfished and with the sustainability measures adopted for the ...
... and lovely shops and old buildings...Lyn and I enjoyed browsing shops and we had an Irish coffee while rearranging my furniture! Stan and Lyn treated me to a beautiful lobster lunch...it was delicious! We had a drink in the Ocean room before heading for dinner! Lamb shank for Fred and prawns for me! We retired early without watching a ...
Hiked Penobscot Mountain this morning. Started at Jordan Pond...hiked along west side of the pond then ascended Penobscot. Hikes here are incredibly strenuous but short! They basically go straight up, climbing 800-1000 feet in about a mile or so. But ...
... outside temperature was 52, but it felt a lot colder! I sat in the car until about 6:20 when I headed out to find a good spot on the rocks. There were a lot of people with their fancy tripods and filters and also people there with just their cell phones. Everyone was snapping away as the sun slowly sank towards the horizon. It moved very slowly until the last few seconds when it quickly sank out of sight. I was hoping for ...