Days Inn Bar Harbor/Frenchman's Bay
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... been so far, but Acadia National Park is a beautiful spot. Ruth, Anessa, and Chris opted to tackle a more strenuous hike, and the rest of us stayed along the coast for something a little more relaxed. We stop along the route for plenty of photograph opportunities. There is one place called Thunder Rocks -so called because the waves crashing into the crevasses makes a noise like thunder. It's true, ...
We decided to use the shuttle to get around Acadia National Park again today. It arrived at the campground around 9:30 and took us to the village where we would catch a different shuttle for the Jordan Pond route. We rode that route to the end at Northeast Pier. At the pier we got out and waked along the docks to look at the beautiful boats. Tommy loves wooden boats with their glossy hulls, so we spent ...
... fire – where regrowth occurred after the fire the pine forest has almost been taken over with deciduous trees leaving a definite line where the fire stopped. We were lucky it wasn't raining whenever we got off the bus and the mist, fogginess and bits of cloud should give us another aspect to our photos. There is a lovely golf course in the park, beaver ...
... was not going to be. We drove the park loop and worked our way to all the possible sites. We had lunch at Jordan Pond and headed out again. We tried to get on a carriage ride around the park, but they war booked for several days. Instead, we booked a boat tour around the harbor for the next day.
After completing the loop around the park, we explored Bar Harbor and had a really good dinner in ...
... the conditions. It's a real spectacle, they hang around for about half hour or so, no photos that will be going to press as they come an go wherever you're not expecting them. At times they are only around ten yards or so from the boat. As we head for shore, we head for the Galley to warm up, I get hot chocolate for the Girls and order a Scotch for me, she looks a little confused, frowns at the bottle and proceeds to pour around a quarter of a pint into a pint glass. ...