Three Pines Bed & Breakfast and Farm
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... s with $30.00 in Canadian cash left, so we stopped at an Atlantic Superstore to go on a spending frenzy. This is much like a regular grocery store with some household items....think Fry's or Smith's. We roamed around to find a few more things to add to our food supplies. We then crossed the border and had the nicest border guard ever. He was funny and then spent some time to tell us about the lighthouses we planned on seeing today. Officer ...
Decided today to pick up lunch at the store and head to Acadia. We went to the beach, where the kids played in the very cold waves! Then we spent some time climbing rocks, followed by a drive up Cadillac Mountain (highest point on the Eastern Seaboard). Ended the night with a meal in town, and, of course ice ...
... Gloucester to Rockport our stoping point for the day .
Rockport is a small town very picturesque and contains probably Americas greatest concentration of cheesy art and souvenir shops . The overpriced motel was a stones throw literally from the sea .
We had dinner in town at a restaurant actually a glorified fish & chip shop but were out for a but $ 50.00 having dispatched 2 Maine lobsters and a couple of glasses of wine ! ...
... outside, at least until the weather clears and there is better reception. I am going to try and load pictures but I am not sure if it will work.
But for tonight, my belly is full, I am warm and comfortable and dry, I have been able to do my nightly blogging, and I have new adventures awaiting me tomorrow. So while I'd love for the rain to stop, I hope it rains itself out so that the next several days will be bright and sunny for me.
... Falls during Blossom Time and add a thousand or so. Cute town, worth a stop, but glad I don't live there. We ended up at Rosalie's Pizza which had the most wonderful, thin crust pizza. We were actually wishing we had ordered more so that we could have the leftover for breakfast or as it turned out, a midnight snack...that good.
Here is where the day gets interesting. True to my no advance plans promise, we began our quest for a place to lay our ...