The Willows on Bass Harbor

Rt. 102A , Bass Harbor, Maine, 04653, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor

No Traffic Lights

A travel blog entry by olytrains


... but after looking at the map I've lost my desire to go that far out of the way. I think I'm beginning to get a bit travel weary. In a couple of days we'll be heading west. We still have a lot to see and many adventures ahead, but there is something inside that wants to get back home. Agh! I just got one of those pesky Mosquitos. I'm going back inside. Until tomorrow, ...

Dorr Mountain and Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by robertsonfamily

... for dinner. The lobster pot is on and we are just waiting for it to come to a boil. I told Robb that one night I want to throw potatoes in foil in the pit, steak on the grill, and more lobster. Have to do the whole surf-n-turf!

Mosquitos are in abundance here for sure. We stocked up on Repel with 40% deet and it is really effective.

Time to sign off and help Robb pack for tomorrow.

The place that's always in Deb and Gill's book

A travel blog entry by kingy2


... it's ten blocks out of town. Gill, Jonathan and Gordon are meeting up with family friends tonight, Deb and I are invited, but decide to cook for ourselves, back at the ranch, so pick up some steaks, prawns and bread. We return to check out the house and it is fantastic, it's a bit out of the way, kind of a small cottage in the middle of the woods. Jonathan tells us it's right out of the Blair Witch project, but not having seen it, it's hard to say.  Deb and I have Surf and ...

Climbing the Ladder

A travel blog entry by dabrander


... climbing gave way to the knee jarring trek downward. The hike finished with an easy stroll along Canon Brook Trail and Kane Path. Monty was dutifully waiting for us at the end of the trail.

We cranked the air conditioning on the way back to camp. Then relaxed a few minutes before making lunch and playing Cribbage (one monster hand gave Aaron the win). Food was followed by several hours of nothingness. It was ...

By land and by sea

A travel blog entry by ms.jackson


... day. There are different tours based on your interest. One offers a narrative about the wildlife that you inevitably see in Maine waters. (On the ride to Little Cranberry we saw a porpoise and three seals pop out of the water.) Another takes you on a tour via a schooner, which is always a unique way to go.

We visted the museum in Islesford Village (it's free, small and sorta interesting) and then took ...


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