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... Southwest Harbor. We depart for our new abode - Harbor Ridge and the sights, sounds and adventures this section of MDI has to offer.
Oh yes... the RV portion of our RV Sabbatical... The hydraulic piston (or Ram Rod they called it) has been ordered. But of course, they want to ship it to Cedar Creek first (who is accountable for the warrantee and is located in Indiana). They will then need to re-ship it to the repair facility in Maine. Apparently ...
... forced salon friendly way. She was young and chatty and we found a lot that we had in common, so I was put at ease almost instantly. By the time she finished blowdrying, we had already made plans for highlights and I had an adorable, lightweight new haircut (and it was only $32).
New haircuts are always scary, but one consistency I've found across the country from Texas to Maine: Aveda always does it ...
... attic with slanted ceilings which will definitely become a living room hazard. The place was filthy so we agreed that the cleaning crew had not come (most likely because most of Maine lost power yesterday) and we would have to sleep in yet another hotel tonight.
We decided to drive around town and check out the sites: the lifesize Paul Bunyan statue and Stephen King's house. Fifteen minutes later.... we decided to hit up the ...
... we had very limited time. Our original plan was to bike the carriage trails (recommended by multiple people), but between the heat and the time crunch, we decided to drive the Loop Road and visit places along the way. Cadillac Mountain, the highest point in the park at 1,530 ft, had unbeatable views and my rock loving children had a good time exploring the area. Every stop had a beauty of it's own but our favorite by far was Otter Cliffs. Otter Cliffs ...
... my first taste of Maine lobster and it did not disappoint! These little blogs are just to show where I go on my days off (more for mum than anyone else...you're welcome Mum ;-) ). We just chilled out at the restaurant and then went to a bar for some quiet drinks. It's the site of a battle from the American Civil War which Rick told us about on the 4th July...pretty much the Brits were stuck in ...