The Willows on Bass Harbor
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Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor
... 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.
Continuing on our journey to catch the fall colours on the U.S. Eastern Coast, we made our way to the state of Maine also known as Vactionland. The name is an appropriate description for the US state that draws thousands of vacationers who visit its many lakes, rivers, long coastline (about 5,000 miles) or go camping and hiking in its forest (about 17 million acres of forestland). Our main purpose however in coming to Maine was ...
... again to do one of the hikes that has ladders climbing up some of the mountains. They sounded super cool, but because of the rain they wouldn’t be open so we just decided to stay at the campground. I worked on getting caught up on blogging and Jared did some laundry and got the RV back in order.
It was nice to have Jared’s parents with us for a week and a half, but since the RV is tiny we are enjoying having some space back to ...
... with a great view of the water.
The next morning it was off to tour "Baa Habaa". As we were gathering to leave, Rick struck up a conversation with the guy in the RV next to us. He had a Vietnam sticker on his rig, so of course Rick, the shy one (yeah, right!) starting talking to him. Turns out he was the brother of a good friend of Shirley's in Sierra Vista! He ...
... 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 ...
Other places to stay in Bass Harbor
79 Anns Point Rd., Bass Harbor | B&Bfrom $270