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... One guy even had a Human Kinetics book out making sure he was doing things right!
The weather cooperated until we were finished and then the rain came down at Sand Beach. We caught the bus back to Jordan Pond and had the popovers and lemonade one last time.
We really had a great time visiting Acadia National Park. If you haven't been hopefully you can put it on your bucket list.
Time to move on to ...
... years further along in their young adult lives. They are blessings and continue to be my biggest supporters, my pride and joy and my compass. I am older (damn!). I would like to say I'm wiser but not so sure. I am definitely more secure within myself. I am more settled in to my life in Southwest harbor and , I hope, have learned more patience with my self and others. I am a 58 year old woman and so....ummmmm my body has matured! No reason to elaborate here ...
... Brian adjusted the rudder pedals for me, Robert hopped in the front and after a bit of fiddling the waterproof skirts were on and we were being launched backwards into the water.
Being able to steer the kayak with the rudder is so much easier than with the paddles. We found the kayak very responsive. I was glad we had picked the early slot for our trip as it was quiet and warm but not too hot at this point. Brian was full of ...
No apologies for the title! Today was always going to be a long days drive. There were two options, the shorter way using the interstate or the long way along the coast road. No prizes for guessing which route we took! Tomtom set out the coast road route as 5 and a half hours, so we packed up and said goodbye to the wonderful house at Humphreys ledge and set off to Mount Desert Island.
The Maine border is pretty soon after North Conway, so we ...
... Acadia we stopped at Belfast, billed as the prettiest village in Maine. Well, it was very attractive, however, the interesting feature was the unique collection of benches on the sidewalks. Every bench was a piece of art made to look like something, like a piano, or made from an unusual material, like surfboards or tree limbs. Not many of them looked comfortable. The town also featured a walking bridge over the river which served as its harbor. It made for some great views ...