The Crocker House Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... contours to work with. Hopefully this will be a place of beauty, serenity and inspiration for generations of visitors. We feel blessed to be a part of it, even at a distance. Good thing is, there will still be plenty for us to do when we are back at home base.
We are off to Camden, Maine where Kent has a weeklong photo workshop. Kent will be going back up to Acadia on Thursday so you might see a few more pix.
... paddle home, we were flown over by a WW2 B17 bomber. Back ashore, we found a good restaurant to unwind. Fun day. We shopped our way back to the hotel where Joanna turned herself into a raisin after 2 hours of swimming. I found one of those Jet Boil stoves at the Cadillac Mountain Sports that happened to be the price I wanted to pay. Yet another good day. Biking tomorrow, then LLBean on the way ...
... days in the state of Maine, with only one day of rain, last night we thought it was raining, but it was pine needles pounding on the roof of the RV. Pretty cool to see the ground, the little red car and our RV covered in pine needles.
As we pulled onto the highway to make our way to our next destination, NEW HAMPSHIRE, the pine needles were spraying the highway. Well, eat my pine ...
... problem. Eric, either the maintenance guy or the owner Im not sure, said he'd meet me at my cabin. Well, back at the cabin he walked in and went to the opposite wall where there was a thermostat and just turned the temperature up on the thermostat. And the heat went on! Imagine that! Embarrassing! And he was just as nice as he could be. He even helped me figure out how to get the wi-fi to work, since I was really having trouble with it. I have to sit near the window ...
... of peach colored boulders that flank the Atlantic Ocean. Not only are they beautiful to look at, but a great place to climb around and discover hidden pools left behind by the receding tide. We ended up spending a good bit of our time here and missed some places we had wanted to visit.
Tired, hungry and wishing like crazy that I had made plans for a place to stay, we headed into Bar Harbor. I know why Camden was so quiet, everyone had come to Bar Harbor. ...