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... have been taking notes. October 18th. After a great walk up Piper Mountain( and a wander through the historic Beckford Cemetery) it was time to travel west. Passing by calendar worthy, whitewashed towns framed by fading fall plumage in my new words of the day, burnt umber, raw sienna, and ochre. We traveled on winding side roads spotting inviting paths with the unlikely western sounding names of Rattlesnake Road and Shotgun Gulch. The wind rocked Wanda about, sending the ...
... extrememly fast. In addition to the lobster, we had coleslaw, corn on the cob, a roll and THE BEST blueberry pie a la mode. Energized from the intricate process of picking a lobster, we decided to drive into Bar Harbor for a few hours. We drove through Acadia National Park and followed the park loop road around Cadillac Mountain following Sand Beach Trail. This led us to Thunder Hole which is a rock formation that has been so badly ...
... and the driver, Diane. Our tour encompassed the highlights of Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain. Acadia was the first national park east of the Mississippi and occupies most of the land on Mount Desert Island. The park is home to about forty different mammal species including beaver, black bear, deer and fox.
The 27 mile Park Loop Road through Acadia National Park provided us with magnificent scenery that included coastal vistas, mountain ...
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A driving day today to reach our northern most destination of Bar Harbor Due to the lack of good stuff to see we made a dash up the highway and took route 1 for the second half stopping at a couple of quaint little towns on the way xx yy and the zz bridge. This little engineering marvel is rusting a bit and is due for replacement after they have found the 24 million so for a new one. One of the ...
... a lovely stay, even if it was only for one night, at the Bar Harbour Regency Hotel, right on the bay just a few km out of town. Our original group of 14 had our farewell dinner there, lobster again (steak for me and a few others for whom the novelty of shell cracking had worn off!) It was a fun, relaxed way to enjoy our final dinner together, the view out over the ocean was superb. It was easy to see why Barack Obama and his family had chosen to stay and holiday here. ...