The Collier House Bed & Breakfast
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... ocean floor.
Our next stop was Pemaquid Lighthouse, this is the lighthouse on the back of the Maine quarter. This was a great place to stop today as the lighthouse itself was open for us to climb to the top the only bad thing was that it was an unusually hot day and the temperature in the top of the lighthouse was at least 105 degrees. We also spent some time on the shoreline climbing on the rocks and looking at tide pools although we didn't see ...
... walked together in light rain along the coast – and had long discussions about everything.
We were driving up the Cadillac Mountain, the summit – 465 m – is the highest point in Hancock Country, but – guess what - there was only fog on the top, so we decided to drive back. Suddenly sun was coming through the fog and for few minutes we had the chance to see something from the landscape, a beautiful view over the ...
heading north up the coastline tomorrow
... of Bar Harbor at 6:30 and had to wait until 7:15 for the next shuttle to the campground. Perfect opportunity to take advantage of lobster happy hour at Lobsters….seafood chowder and lobster rolls…have I mentioned my weight gain?
Back to Blue for a relaxing evening and early to bed.
The next day we drove into the visitor’s center and took a short hike on one of the old carriage roads that John D. Rockefeller had constructed in the park. ...
... when the leaves are turning. In terms of flora and fauna, this mid summer ride was not impressive; perhaps I am spoiled because the Potomac Gorge, where I ride regularly; it's truly "one of the country's most biologically diverse areas" as the NPS brochure says. I suspect much of the animal wildlife goes to higher ground, farther inland in summer; that's what I want to find out when returning as the seasons change in a couple years.