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... stores in town! We also had a relaxing dinner one night over looking the harbour.
As we drove into Bar Harbour lobster shacks started to appear frequently along the road side where they boil the lobster in vats fired by wood. They are usually a business attached to the owners homes & only open 4 to 7pm for super time! Others would have picnic tables outside for you to eat right away!! We stopped at one to pick ...
... 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!!
... what they would have given us if we ordered the large. I couldn't come close to finishing it but it was so lovely and the perfect way to finish off one of my favourite meals of their trip. I will also mention that it was at this point we also discovered people from Maine also eat lobster ice cream - yes, they actually have chunks of lobster mixed in with their ice cream. I will leave you with that thought while I continue...
We explored the streets some more ...
They can take the park away from the tourists, but they can't take the tourists away from... Bar Harbor. Acadia too, for that matter. The various entrances are full of cars parked to the side of the "closed" signs and people are sneaking in. I haven't heard how many are getting ticketed. Everyone is pretty disgusted, as are we. This was a big draw for me, it looks so cool on the map. What a location! No wonder the Rockefellers, ...
... down to earth conversations around a campfire, meeting unusual people and experiencing unusual things, well, I would have missed some of my favorite memories!
So I will call it an evening at my modest campground and crawl into my sleeping bag and feel grateful for everything I have seen, everything I have done, and most of all, for the beauty in the simple things, in solitude, and most especially, in nature.
Love you all!