The Collier House Bed & Breakfast
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... a great mix of quaint old world and untamed frontier.
The north side is the perfect scenic drive and bustling with tourists, the south side quieter and more practical with lobster pots stacked outside every shack and beaten boats on rusty trailers. Everywhere is stunning, wild rocky beaches, green coastal marsh surrounded by Fir. Unfortunately we couldn’t settle in here as ...
... open areas and treed areas between camp spots.. we get a good site close to the bathroom and pool with forest behind us and a grass field in front. We had paid for 1 night but now pay for 3 as we will stay here. We drive into town just to check it out and it is a neat town , touristy but well done!
BBQ some fresh Swordfish which we got at Hanniford and it is fantastic.. juicy and flavorful! We will do that again! Swim in pool!
... we had hiking boots not running shoes. It would have been easier if we had our walking sticks. It would have been nicer if we had BUG spray. Which we both had back at the hotel! They hike was amazing. The trail was easily marked with cairns (stacked rocks) that point the way. They also had blue lines painted on the trail to help. We made it to the top and were rewarded with spectacular views of the bay, islands and surrounding park. So worth the ...
... did not get through it unscathed. Over the next few days, Kat developed a bad cough which you will hear plenty about in our next blog!
On the drive south through Maine, we stopped at the Owl's Head Light, a small lighthouse on a majestic promontory. We had to get in at least one lighthouse!
Stay tuned for our next blog, depicting our second time through New England, our stay with the Bullock's, Kat's worsening health, and sightseeing in Boston.
... to the airport by 5am. The airport was super tiny and I think the only major air carrier out of Bar Harbor is US Airways. They were the first people at the airport, but Jared texted his mom when we got back to the campground and she said other people were showing up. We set up the RV again and then went back to bed.
We slept in super late and decided to have a day at the campground to do some stuff around the RV. We were originally going to try to go in ...