Inn at Bay Ledge
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... shops by looking at Cool as a
Moose. This store has Maine themed clothing and other products. This
is clearly a store targeted towards tourist and has a lot of charm to
it. The clothing they feature are typically logo t-shirts and
sweatshirts, mostly comfy, sort of outdoors clothing. The store is
actually pretty big on the inside and there is a lot to look at it.
It's fun to check out all the Maine ...
... a native garden area, I found out that cranberries are grown in a bog….another piece of trivia!! We had a delicious and messy lunch of lobster, corn and mussels followed by blueberry dessert at Bar Harbor Lobster Bake and then drove up to Cadillac Mountain (466mt). …not very high but the highest mountain on the east coast of USA and the first to greet the rising sun in USA. We could see the Porcupine Islands, the town of ...
Had a bit of a sleep in then went for breakfast. We had to clear USA customs first. Then we joined Lyn, Stan, Audrey and her dr husband for breakfast. lyn and I had a game of bridge with Bubbles and Judy...good time...we won! Lyn, Stan and I went wandering the town while Fred stayed home and rested. Bar Harbour is beautiful....nice ...
... in Maine. Drove around the western side of the park. No one is here! Stopped at Thurston's lobster house for lunch in Southwest Harbor. Definitely worth the food, beer, and views of the fishing harbor. And it had the largest toilet seat I have ever seen in my life. Must be some people here that eat A LOT of lobster ...
... the summit of Cadillac Mountain. We both hoped it would clear up!
I made a brief stop at the hotel and picked up a small pizza and made my way to the overlook. Sunset was scheduled for 6:41 and I arrived at 6. There weren’t many cars in the parking lot and most of those cars still had their occupants inside. I found out why when I stepped out of the car and into the biting wind. According to my ...