Ullikana Bed and Breakfast
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... As we approached the island, we could see the fog rolling back in again. When we got back to the hotel, we dropped our junk back in the room, put on our jackets & walked over to Stewman's Lobster Pound to have one last taste of fresh lobster. This time we both had the full lobster experience. We toughed it out on the deck. I asked if we could eat outside at a table with a view. Jim did mention that there is no view;). Oh well. Even in 64 degree, ...
... past, exposing the vulnerable naked limbs of the trees to the elements. Watching the seasons change so dramatically is one more reminder winter is on it's way and perhaps it's time to go home. Next stop was the outlets in North Conway, New Hampshire where we bought Absolutely NOTHING! Our luck held up that night as we found a KOA campground in Tamworth that had stayed open for a camper club, and we were were very grateful for warm showers to wash the road dust off the weary ...
Had a bit of a sleep in then went for breakfast. We had to clear USA customs first. Then we joined Lyn, Stan, Audrey and her dr husband for breakfast. lyn and I had a game of bridge with Bubbles and Judy...good time...we won! Lyn, Stan and I went wandering the town while Fred stayed home and rested. Bar Harbour is beautiful....nice ...
... the water, but turning the sailboat up on its side is not my favorite thing to do. Morgan and I reminisced about time spent on our boat and decided a boat at home should be in our near future; just not one that turns up on its side. One of the best parts of sailing though was watching a seal play in the water. Our time was almost over and I was so hoping to see a seal or a whale. I figured the whale might be a stretch since they like the ...
... coves and inlets and harbors tucked in here and there that were nice to see. I took the short walk to a view of Bass Harbor Lighthouse, which was pretty to see on the rocky Maine coast. Then I found a nice trail called Ship Harbor, and it followed the shore of a small inlet and loops back through the Maine forest. It was a beautiful hike! When I reached the point where the ocean enters the harbor, I just sat for awhile on the rocky coast. ...