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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Odometer reading: 19,968 miles
States visited: New Hampshire, Maine
We Made It!! I am really proud of us for getting here. My butt and back and legs are in rough shape, but we are still together so I'm calling it a Win! We had a nice breakfast at the Fox Ridge Resort then we hit the road. On the way out of town we stopped in at Laconia …
... woman told me she considers herself a Maine-iac! And she was born in Augusta.
The Schoodic Loop is a six-mile national scenic byway that wraps around the peninsula so we had lovely views as we continued on to Bar Harbor on the northeast coast of Mount Desert Isle. Mount Desert Isle is the largest parcel of Acadia National Park and the sixth largest island in the continental US!
Acadia National Park features a series of carriage roads ...
Mark and I woke up very slowly trying as best we could to not bend our knees; however, anyone who knows me knows I love food and brunch time called. A beautiful day in Bangor, a lack of food in our apartment and a need to keep our legs from locking up found us in Bar Harbor having lunch at Jordan Pond House in Acadia National Park.
We enjoyed a perfect view of the crystal clear and dead calm ...
... some fresh air and sunshine while Clay read and worked on learning the material for his upcoming insurance license exam. Tommy spent time working on State Farm work on his computer, so we were all being productive.
After making lunch, we took showers and caught the shuttle that picks up at the campground and goes into Acadia National Park. We had to switch shuttles in the village, and that ...
... order a Lobster dinner that the guy will cook and deliver right to your campsite, but I go pick it up as he is next door to campground. It is 2 - 1.25 lb Lobster, 2 - Crabs and 2 - corn steaming hot for $30... fresh caught that day and tasty!
Karen confirms she is no longer allergic to Lobster and we both confirm we dont really enjoy it that much, would rather have BC prawns any day! But we tried it!
Another good day!