Three Pines Bed & Breakfast and Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... people than we were back then, but the mountain…it remains the same.
Even though there was a haze over the islands below, the air felt cool and crisp and clean. And at 75 degrees with a good breeze from the east, it felt invigorating. We climbed all around the top of the mountain, taking in the views from the east, the west and the south, and how grand they are. Cadillac Mt. is made of pink granite. And, although the ...
... trip, we decided to splurge again and do round 2 of Maine Lobster. When we where checking in to our campground at the beginning of the week we saw a brochure for a hot and ready Lobster dinner for 2. The meal came with two whole Maine Lobsters, 8 crab claws, and two pieces of corn for $30. While these were all well and good, it wasn't quite worth it in our minds. That was until we read the bottom of the brochure. As a guest of the Hadley's ...
... even imagining it! So I pull off in this parking lot and give in the the exhaustion. After 15 minutes of Meg attempting to see into glowing eyes in the woods while I slept, we hit the road again.
The longest 30 minutes of my life later we arrive at the border. I drive past the border crossing, adamant that I do not want to face any border patrol officer questions at 1 am while blurry eyed (and realizing I forgot to get a letter from Mike allowing me to ...
Little Hunter Brook empties onto the beach - check out it's ...
... handled well. I was in the front, so I got sprayed a good bit, but the water was really not very cold.
After changing into dry clothes at our campsite we headed into Bar Harbor for lunch at the "Thirsty Whale" where I had my first lobster roll and Kerry had fish and chips. Both were very good along with relaxing cold beers. Then we walked around town a bit and took the Shoreline Trail which provides a beautiful view of the harbor and town.