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... of your damn business!!!
Deborah's restaurant review:
First night we were there our host recommended a restaurant called Café This Way located on Mount Desert Street (actually tucked away in an alley off the street)… while it came with high praise we did not enjoy our dining experience. Considering the price, the food was not up to snuff (at least ours). We ordered The Littlebits as an appetizer and were expecting great things – we were let down, ...
... while shining that flashlight into all the windows)
Me: "My three kids"
Him: "Are you their sole legal guardian?" ( with this he raises his eyebrow and has this look that says, "I have trouble believing that you could care for so much as a houseplant")
Me: (too long of a pause, not looking him in the eye) Yes! (please don't ask for the note, please don't ask for the note, please don't....)
Him: Firearms? Drugs? Any illegal substances???
Me: No, ...
... 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 ...
... would not be so bad (he said, typing on his new laptop using the local wifi).
Finally making it to New Hampshire, we stayed in another mostly vacant campground (very late in the season), but there are some perks to doing that. In this case, the campground had a game room with ping pong and a pool table, and we had it to ourselves for the three nights we were there.
We spent one full day in camp to do boring stuff like laundry and work, and then ...
... kept some people away, but thankfully for us the torrential rain we had experienced in the morning had subsided to a mere drizzle. We made a brief stop at the information centre at the park entrance and drove southwest to the southernmost point of the park. We checked into the Seawall Campground and drove down to take a look at the lighthouse. It was under reconstruction, so it wasn’t great and the overcast weather wasn’t perfect for taking ...