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... Jr., financed and directed the construction of 57 miles of Carriage Roads for the use of hikers, bikers, horse riders, and horse-drawn carriages on MDI. This diverse network of woodland “broken-stone” roads is free of motor vehicles. There are 45 miles of roads within Acadia National Park. Granite was quarried nearby and Mount landscapers tastefully utilized native vegetation such as ferns and wild blueberries. We walked some of these ...
... rolls were thick and straight from the oven so it made up for the buttery soup. Again, we had to have the blueberry pie for dessert, which we cleaned the plate. It still hadn't stopped raining, so we headed home to watch a movie before Mark came home from the airport. His flight was delayed and didn't get in until well after midnight.
Monday came and we woke up slowly, ate some breakfast and watched TV until it was time to drive to Portland at 11:30. Sadly it was ...
... t speak much English and I just said lets see what the cops say.
I somehow managed to keep my cool but inside I was fuming. The cops turned up and interviewed us all, after a bit the cop told me to get into his car and he had me fill out a statement, somehow I got blamed for it, I was gob smacked, he said the only reason nothing would be happening is that I was from overseas. He then got the Spanish guy and he ended up doing the whole drunk test as he could smell drink ...
... we had hiking boots not running shoes. It would have been easier if we had our walking sticks. It would have been nicer if we had BUG spray. Which we both had back at the hotel! They hike was amazing. The trail was easily marked with cairns (stacked rocks) that point the way. They also had blue lines painted on the trail to help. We made it to the top and were rewarded with spectacular views of the bay, islands and surrounding park. So worth the ...
... 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 ...