Bass Harbor Cottages and Country Inn
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... off, never to been seen again. Apparently Canada is an easy route into the USA this way.
So once cleared, Laetisha and I boarded the tender boat and set off for Bar Harbor. We didn't have any fixed plans today given our tour was cancelled but as it was such lovely weather, we decided to simply explore the area and see where the day took us.
Bar Harbor is a beautiful coastal town, full of historical homes and churches and lots to see and do by ...
... good spot to stop and take some pictures. The Otter Cliffs are also quite picturesque. There was one rock climber heading down when I was there so you could do that if you like steep cliffs!
I was pretty warm by the end of the walk and decided to get on the bus instead of walking back. Since the Park Loop is only one way at this area, the bus trip is probably longer than walking back, but its nice to sit and let someone else do the ...
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! ...
... The worst turnpike of all was in Jersey, but more about that later...
Our first camp site was in Schenectady, NY, at a place called Frosty Acres. They were pretty much closed for the season, but we managed to get a spot. We only stayed one night here, but it was a cold one! I think the low reached 29? Cold. Other things that made this stop not so enjoyable were the uneven camp sites (we were tilted all night) and the fact that the bathroom was so far ...