The Willows on Bass Harbor
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Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor
We were dropped in the town for a free afternoon. John went on a boat trip and I chose to just mosey around doing nothing much. Doing nothing much turned out to be perishing. I had my rain jacket on and the wind went straight through. I went into a shop and bought a sherpa! Translates to a zip up sweatshirt hoodie with thick fleece lining. Out on the street a man ...
... We drove past George W Bush's holiday home while he has prime position and GWB snr was in residence. The clue was security everywhere. Also when John and I were getting our lunch (with our tour name badges on) the lady asked what we had seen and there happened to be a policeman there and he confirmed be was there.
On up the coast we went and still the houses are straight out of ...
... 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.
... been just as exciting as crab for me. I think I'm just not a fan of crustaceans, and I find exoskeletons to be a very disgusting way to design a creature. With thoughts of dinner staring back at me from its eye-stalks fading in my mind, I drove onward to the small town of Millinocket for the night, and since they had no Wal-Marts within an hour's drive, I parked in the lot of a motel that was connected to a Chinese buffet.
... 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