The Moorings Inn Waterfront
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Spent the morning driving the Park Loop road in Acadia National Park. Stopped at Sand Beach which is the only natural sand beach in the park. Then saw Thunder Hole which was interesting. We went to the top of Cadillac Mountain to see the view of the ocean ...
... upon by lines of cars parked along the street, everywhere. It’s that time of year. I doubt that there was ever this much traffic when these homes were built, otherwise, why would anyone ever build a million dollar home there?
After a brief tour around downtown Bangor (also pronounced “Banger” in song, but not by Mainers), we headed back to our hotel for more work on reservations, wine, dinner and finally, rest. ...
... using the fry pan as a lid!
Before we go off to Rockland, wanted to say that starting in the north woods to a couple of days in acadia, we had five days in a row of no rain. That was heavenly. Our campsite in acadia was called blackwoods, it was very wooded and dark and it rained most of the time. Someone told me that he has been coming to maine for forty years and he doesn’t remember it ever being this wet! Enough with the rain.
After a good breakfast to again were driving to Bar Harbor – because we again wanted to buy a bottle of wine (the Big Claw) for Peterīs friend in Washington. For the first time we were able to walk in the sunshine through this touristic village – and had some icecream – lobster icecream, no it is not a joke – it was lobster icecream, but to be honest – one try is enough.
... real trip w/o them & we miss not being able see it through their eyes