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... at the Bar Harbor Club. A very old building with lots of character..... No choice permitted as to where we sat????? lunch was nice, but heaven forbid! One woman asked for more clam chowder and was told NO! Interesting place, quaint is the word! Had a Maine Black Bear Icecream ....raspberry, dark chocolate and something else but was ...
We left Salem around 12:30 and had a pretty good drive into Maine. We decided to stay on RTE 1 rather than going on 295/95 so that we could see more than just the highway. I don't think it added too much time and even with the slow travel at times through towns and odd intersections I am glad we didn't stay on the Interstate. We stopped in Rockland and ate at the Rock ...
... Kennebunkport was again packed with people & cars, I dread to think what it is like in the summer!! Again we skipped lunch in the village & headed out of town & found The Port Lobster Company, where we picked up a Lobster Roll & Clam Chowder to go & went to a nearby beach!
Before leaving Wells we visited a historic church - but not just any old church, this one is so unique!! ...
... by the ocean that when the water enters the small inlet it created and crashes against the back wall you hear a thunderous BOOM! During the day when the tide is high the water crashes up into the air and will splash anyone standing on the viewing platform. At this point it was getting pretty dark so we chose to exit the park and drive back home. Only, we were dumped into the heart of the very bustling downtown Bar Harbor! How could we not stop. ...
... about an hour to get through the loop with occasional stops here and there to snap shots of the beautiful coast line. The seagulls seem to own the parking lots here, perching on visitors cars and standing there ground relentlessly.
The coast up here is surreal with granite rock cliffs and deep, dark pine trees everywhere. The seawater was very calm the whole time we were here. At almost every bay you could see hundreds of buoys dotting the surface of the water ...