Shore Path Cottage
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... a native garden area, I found out that cranberries are grown in a bog….another piece of trivia!! We had a delicious and messy lunch of lobster, corn and mussels followed by blueberry dessert at Bar Harbor Lobster Bake and then drove up to Cadillac Mountain (466mt). …not very high but the highest mountain on the east coast of USA and the first to greet the rising sun in USA. We could see the Porcupine Islands, the town of ...
... One guy even had a Human Kinetics book out making sure he was doing things right!
The weather cooperated until we were finished and then the rain came down at Sand Beach. We caught the bus back to Jordan Pond and had the popovers and lemonade one last time.
We really had a great time visiting Acadia National Park. If you haven't been hopefully you can put it on your bucket list.
Time to move on to ...
My first full day on Mount Desert Island and it's rainy and foggy. The waitress at breakfast said it would not clear up and there is not much to do when it is raining. Well, can’t sit inside all day on vacation so I loaded my camera bag up, got in the car and headed for Acadia National Park. The park was the first national park east of the Mississippi and mostly all the land was donated by private citizens. ...
... flooded our ears. The rocks piled all along the shores in Maine and I made a rather advanced jungle gym for the adventurous souls. I climbed over the rocks and swam to a rock that sat in the middle of the water, where I climbed up it and sat as the waved crashed against it. It was simply beautiful! Following that day we went to jones pond and then to Acadia national park ...
... and grocery business in 1873, and initially sold sweets and chocolate as part of that. But to gain an edge on their competitors they began to specialise in certain things. Candy sealed their success, and longevity. They were the first to do a number of things, such as the heart shaped chocolate box, using cellophane wrapping they imported from France, developing and introducing Canada's first lollipop in 1895, the first 5 cent chocolate nut bar in North America in ...