Ullikana Bed and Breakfast
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Weeks on the Road 20 weeks
Travel by Motorhome: 12,882km
Travel by Car: 5,939km
Wildlife Sightings: Deer in Acadia NP
Sorry for the late posting of this blog, no Wiffi in our last campsite! Now as I try to recall what we did it seems like ions ago as we've done so much in 10 days it's scary!!
October 7th 2014 - Off we go on another East Coast Adventure! We said a sad goodbye ...
... to our favorite little bar, Dog and Pony Tavern, and tried our hands at the ring game. Unfortunately coordination and timing were not on Mark's side and I beat him in our game of Best to 10. Our beers finished and bored of the ring game (you can only put the ring on the hook so many times...) we headed in the direction of home. Pulling onto French Street around 11 am, we were both quickly in bed and fast asleep. I didn't even have to turn on The ...
... us how the park came to be. We owe a great debt to the far sighted naturalists, who quietly bought up land to save it from the logging companies and eventually gave it to the government.
We stopped for a lobster bake and all enjoyed the soft shelled lobster feast. Messy but delicious! Huge steamers provided us with delicious P.E. I. Mussels, corn on the cob, potatoes that accompanied the lobster. Dessert was blueberry cake made with the native ...
... tacky souvenir shops , over priced food etc and about a million people walking the streets who all disappear at about 8 o' clock at night .
We woke to another perfect day.
Avoiding the fruit loops at breakfast , cereals not people , although plenty around as well we were soon up in Arcadia National Park , America' s 9th. most popular with around 2 million visits a year. Deservedly popular it has all ...
... floating in the bay beside the house were the evidence that someone of status lived there. Apart from being huge, the house seemed singularly lacking in the New England charm and character I'd seen in just about every other house in the area, no matter what its size. The final day was one of travelling back toward Boston, seeing our last glimpses of the beautiful Maine coastlines. Freeport was our stop for lunch, it's known as one of the first outlet towns in ...