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... and outdoor recreation. There are beaches and small stores
that stay open year round. This area is more than just a summer
location. I would recommend going to the beach, stopping at the
shops, and then catching a movie at Reel Pizza.
Website Links for Attractions:
Sherman Books: http://www.shermans.com/
Ben and Bill's Chocolate Emporium: http://www.benandbills.com/index2.html< br> ...
... have been taking notes. October 18th. After a great walk up Piper Mountain( and a wander through the historic Beckford Cemetery) it was time to travel west. Passing by calendar worthy, whitewashed towns framed by fading fall plumage in my new words of the day, burnt umber, raw sienna, and ochre. We traveled on winding side roads spotting inviting paths with the unlikely western sounding names of Rattlesnake Road and Shotgun Gulch. The wind rocked Wanda about, sending the ...
We left (begrudgingly) Keene's Lake and drove to Bar Harbor today. Umm...can you say zoo??
We just grabbed the first spot we came to, another KOA but it was right on the water. Very pretty, but 'Holy Mother of God' crowded!!!
Tomorrow we tour ...
... out what you are looking at and one also pointed out that about 70% of the air pollution in Maine comes from points farther south along the coast, not from Maine itself. Something to keep in mind! There are several hikes leading out from the summit and you really can walk anywhere as long as you keep to the rocks. Acadia is very much a Leave No Trace Behind park. Footsteps on fragile plants can harm a whole ecosystem and it is important to ...
... a factory and a recently opened museum here. Ganongs is known for its claim to fame as being the first to produce a foil wrapped chocolate bar. (This happened because one of the brothers who founded the company used to go out fishing, and would put chocolate in his pocket, forgetting about it only to find a melted mess later on. He began wrapping them up, and the idea caught on, necessity is the mother of invention...!) The two original Ganong brothers originally opened ...