Bass Harbor Cottages and Country Inn
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... their hanging baskets for summer but as today is their last day of summer and tomorrow is the 1st of autumn most doorways and front steps are decorated with pumpkins. Shops are full of scary Halloween stuff and even clothes shops are decorated in oranges and browns.
The housing is amazing. 99% are large and wooden with the majority painted white. They are so tidy.
Our lunch stop ...
... drove to the top of Mount Battie to see the beautiful sunset.
We finally arrive in Bar Harbor a little after 10:00 pm exhausted and ready for bed.
By the way I am a couple days behind in writing these and we will be heading into Canada on Saturday, July 19 and I don't know for sure how the internet will be there so if you don't see anything for a while just wait and I will catch up when I can. Hope you are all enjoying these updates.
We didn't make it to the top of Cadillac Mountain for the sunrise, but we stopped and watched it come over a beautiful harbor close to where we are staying. We will do the sunrise on Cadillac, but now we know we must leave a lot earlier if we want to make it on time. ha
Robb and Henry conquered Dorr Mountain while Caroline and I slept after a big breakfast of eggs, ham, onion and green pepper. ...
... the sandwich h next time. Lol. We are very tired even though it's only 10:25. I missed a step coming out of our house and my ankle is starting to feel it. Luckily I packed naproxen and am icing it. I sure hope its okay tomorrow. We will see. Tomorrow we have a 4am wake up sunrise call atop Cadillac Mountain. Nighty Nite! ...
... to the north, south, east, and west. Not any one particularly brilliant view, but just slivers of what could be. It was a hike that I would love to do on a daily basis, but since we had such a short time period here I just wish there was a bit more! Sailor had a ball with the barren trail. He was off-leash (and great) the whole time and tackled the mountain like a pro.
All finished with our morning hike, we met up with Al's roommate from college - Nate ...