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... I paid $16 for a lobster roll.
We got back on the road and decided to stop and get some coffee and look around at the L.L. Bean store. The L.L. Bean was massive! Pretty cool store that I could spend some money in. Back on the road, we decided to take Highway 1 up to Acadia National Park. What a bad decision. This made the drive take just over 4 hours and added not scenic road side views of the ...
... ice creams,
with Maine themes like moose tracks. We went a little nontraditional
Maine for our dinner though. In Ellsworth, there is a Chinese
restaurant called the Chine Hill. This is a nice, small restaurant
that serves good food and weekend buffets. If for one day, you don't
want traditional Maine seafood, I would recommend China Hill.
Bar Harbor and Ellsworth have a lot to offer in the winter in the way ...
... however, we could still see the fog clinging for dear life to the shore and further inland so it made us, and the good Captain feel better about the cancelled docking in Bar Harbour. Tomorrow is not only our anniversary but an onshore day in Halifax, Nova Scotia followed by drinks and dinner in Atul Kochhar's restaurant East, about which we have had good reports. We've also managed to get another booking in Ocean Grill for later in the ...
... in Maine: eat all of the Maine blueberries you can before you move across the country. I could already feel the sugar shakes settling in so I ordered a side of bacon and a 1/2 grapefruit as well. Yes, I admit already that my eyes were much bigger than my stomach. Mark smartly ordered an omelet and a side of biscuits. I tasted his omelet and give it two thumbs up, but my pancakes stole the show. I normally can only eat ...
Last night as I finished the blog, Tommy took Holly out for the last time before we went to bed. Then he came in to tell me I should come outside with him. I could not believe the night sky. It was crystal clear and dotted with thousands of stars. Clay had already been out, so Morgan joined us and pointed out several constellations. We stayed until the cold temperatures got the best of us. This morning we were up and ready a little earlier ...