Shore Path Cottage
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Drove 221 miles in 5 hours.
Drove mostly on small country roads for the first half of the drive and then blessedly hit the interstate for the second half. We rolled in around tusk for our two day stay here in Bar Harbor.
In addition to the Acadia National Park this stop is going to be all about the lobster. You can't drive 100 feet without passing a lobster restaurant or "pound" as they call them here. So ...
... but I really wanted to see a seal. So, I was a happy sailor! Last night while we were walking through the town, we smelled the delightful smell of pizza - Sidestreet style! So, as soon as we got off the sailboat we found that great smell again. After our yummy pizza, we had one more stop to make in Boothbay. We found out that the rock church we were looking for was literally just around the corner from where we turned around the night ...
... It wasn't, about an hr away someone said. So I walked back to where I started and got my self a nice chai tea. Then started my walk along the Oceanside path. This was a very beautiful walk, ocean and islands on one side and green grass and houses on the other. This walk was about a mile long, I sat on a rock and looking out to the water I drank my tea, perfect. So relaxing. Continuing my walk I turned off the ocean path down a road and ...
... area would be better for that. The sandbar itself is quite wide and you end up with a lot of area to yourself. The guy at the information booth said there were some hiking trails on the island, but I did not make it all the way there to check them out. I wanted to walk on the shore path while it was still nice out. This is a one mile gravel path that begins just off the pier by a restaurant called the Reading Room. ...
Took a final trip into town for lunch, after hiking around the top of Mt. Cadillac one more time in the morning, and we're so glad we did. We had lunch on a park bench overlooking the harbor, and sat next to the sweetest elderly man. He was waiting in the park while his wife did some shopping, and he had a great story that we want ...