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... 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 ...
... so we were fascinated by that! It was by far the best day off at camp and we all seemed to have a great time :-) Today, we continued with rehearsals for the play and painting scenery. We painted the back of the flats black so that they can be used to conceal things backstage (an innovative idea born from not being able to go buy some black bed sheets to make curtains :-p) Bring on post camp :-p ...
... one from the top was a thrilling experience!
From there, we went to Bar Harbor and checked in at the Central House, which has been welcoming guests since 1887! Delightfully comfortable and nicely updated, it was a good home base for our night without the "home"!
Once we were checked in, we took off for our first look at Acadia National Park, a beautiful, rugged national park.
... no fog!) with the view to the lighthouse and finalized our lunch with fine chocolate from Len Libby!!!
Next stop – Boston airport! After enjoying 4 wonderful days together, I took the flight to Vienna and Peter the bus from Boston to Washington, being prepared to start his next tour through the US – but this is another story,... or stories!!!!!
In summary, we had a great time and Maine is about two things: Lobster and fog.
... walk a flight to the top and they tell you the evacuation procedure if the lift doesn't work (which is an internal staircase thankfully) and the views were lovely. I was on my own up there as the place only opened for the season yesterday. Back down and to the fort which was interesting and very well maintained - you forget these things were built in the 1860's so relatively modern to our forts. Drove onto ...
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