Bass Harbor Cottages and Country Inn
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... I had lobster rolls. Ridiculously good. After lunch we headed to Bar Harbor. Cute! We just walked around the shops and stopped and had a drink on the water. We booked our whale watching tour for Thursday and are just praying the weather cooperates. So far it's been perfect.
Tonight we are just getting prepared for our camping trip to Isle Au Haute. It's really nice to be able to chop ...
... take Wren to the School of the Atlantic to complete her Junior Ranger program for Acadia, by attending a ranger talk featuring a sea life touch tank. School of the Atlantic was a hippie, earthy school, much like Evergreen College in Olympia
After some more clam chowder that evening, we suffered through a stormy night and awoke to pack up our trailer in the bitter, cold, driving rain. This was a first time on the trip that we had to tear down during a ...
... to us so that we could hopefully use it since we are staying another night at the Bar Harbor Campground. After the golf game we walked back to the campground. Jared and Jim played cribbage, Sharon read and I worked on blogging. Then we all headed to bed.
Wednesday, September 7th
Jim and Sharon’s plane was leaving at 6:30am today so we all got up super early to get them to the airport in time. We left the campground at 4:30am to ...
... come and play with Ford.
Around 11:00 we get on the bike and take a day trip around the south wing of the island following the loop made up of the 102 and the 102A passing through the small villages of Pretty Marsh, Seal Cove, West Tremont, Manset, Southwest Harbor, and Bass Harbor where we settle into eat in a lovely restaurant patio overlooking the bay, boy. I sent out pictures of this, so no further explanation is needed.
... and go home. What better way to cap off our weekend than a liesurely drive home along the coast following Route 1. We stopped here and there--watched the Red Sox game over lunch in Belfast at Rollies, said hello to the schooners tied up in Camden, had a drink on the water in Damariscotta--enjoying Maine in all her summer glory.