Smuggler's Den Campground
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We left the campground before the tide had completely come back in, so we missed seeing how high it came. I took a picture anyway and let my imagination fill the rest of the water in. We had about 120 miles to go to reach Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.
We finally saw what we had always heard, the New England coast looks like. …
... Look, we have found it, the way into Mordor. The secret stair - Climb!" This way Hobbitses: Jimdo and Caseywise.
We discuss the fact that we should have worn our really good hiking boots... except, they are in the RV!! (A lament that has been voiced more than a couple of times in the last week or so). Besides, figuring this is only a one mile trail to the top of the mountain. How long could it take? FOREVER! Despite the fact we are climbing ...
... I was included and welcomed and introduced with a level of graciousness that I have come to truly appreciate from New Zelanders.
Terri and Jim saw me off in style by an overnight boat trip on their Catamaran Fiesta. We headed off , on a glorious summer afternoon, to Waiheke Island. This is a fairly large Island outside of Auckland where small coves, vineyards, towns and private estates abound. Couldn't leave ...
... they are looking at. Back into the museum to their touch tank (with sea animals provided by Diver Ed as it happens, a graduate of the college) and a discussion on different things there. Cue more touching and holding by the boys! So, the boys are now experts on sea bottom marine life!
We had a little browse round the Bar Harbor shops afterwards and had a treat of some delicious fudge from one shop as an alternative to ice creams and ...
... of them each morning with hot chocolate and a donut.
We move on to Boston. Staying at a cheaper out of the city motel, we take the subway into town each morning (just as we did in Chicago). We buy tickets for the on and off bus and what a great time and view of the city. We eat at the Quincy market near the piers. Time for a short quiz--we buy a Charlie card for the subway that gives us a cheaper per ride value. ...