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... from cars, boats, quilts, crafts, firewood, lobsters clams etc.
After leaving Acadia NP we crossed the Penobscot Narrows Bridge, it's a 2 lane Bridge with single centre cable span - very different' support wires. Curious I did a Wikipedia search & it told me it had a observatory on top! If only we'd known!! It is the only bridge with an observatory in the United States, and ...
... the shabby chic Victorian surrounds while I drove to the Bar Harbor YMCA. I was really missing my daily dose of biking exercise, so I felt rejuvenated after an intense Y-M-C-A power workout. We had a great night at the inn, followed by a morning of laundry duty, grocery shopping and planning for our highly anticipated trip to Lubec, Maine.
... rescue. Wasn't really sure that was a smart move, but it worked out:)) We we so happy to make it to our destination Bubble Pond, I almost kissed the ground. We can see why people are getting hurt on a daily basis, someone was air lifted off the mountain today, the hiking trails are not for whimps!!
Saw the plane on the way home!! Pretty cool B17!!
We were happy to get to our camper and having a beer is in the near future!!
... so proper planning is crucial. The area is a summer play spot of the rich and famous.
Mount Desert Island is the largest in Maine and the third largest in the US. It's elongated shape with finger like extensions and long narrow lakes was carved by a glacier. It is known for its frigid waters, rugged granite coast line and its beautiful fresh water lakes.
We boarded our bus for Acadia National Park and were delighted to meet our fabulous ...
... and as such was crawling with tourists bent on spending a lot of money on every designer name brand you can think of. I think a few of the guys were not too happy that we'd stopped there for lunch, and less so when Lynda suggested that we could choose to shop instead of have lunch, and buy something to eat on the bus, ha! A few of us just wanted to get out of the increasing heat, and retreated to the huge local retailer L.L Bean. I'm not a fan of big department ...