Otter Creek Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... movie also reminded her of her Dad and the marvelous imitation of the dragon from the movie he could make. When we arrived we saw the most photographed lighthouse in Maine. Almost every house along the road had a small replica of it's red and white candy cane stripes, either as a bird house, a statue, or a picture on their business sign. When we got there and rain had stopped. The fog horn was going as a bit of fog had started to form over the bay. When ...
... such as J.D. Rockefeller, donated land that became a portion of Acadia National Park. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery. We are ready for it all!
Having made a hearty lunch, we look for Jim's nice day-pack and conclude that we left it in the RV. This becomes a theme... We ...
... decided to set out on an adventure. They found an old school bus, painted it blue and modified it to run off of waste vegetable oil and hit the road. Both of them had found success while working on cutting edge technology in the field of alternative fuels and decided to take this knowledge and put it to use on their trip. Bettie the Bus has traveled around to many different schools, communities, and gathering teaching about sustainable living. ...
... lakes and a Mountain! The beach is a surprise as it is a great sheltered bay with a wide white sandy beach. Would be fantastic on a hot sunny day! Lots of Lookouts on the rocky coast drive! Highlight is the drive up Cadillac Mt which is 1,700 ft and offers a 360 degree view of Maine as far as you can see. By now the sun is out in full force and we have a picnic lunch at the top ...
... one from the top was a thrilling experience!
From there, we went to Bar Harbor and checked in at the Central House, which has been welcoming guests since 1887! Delightfully comfortable and nicely updated, it was a good home base for our night without the "home"!
Once we were checked in, we took off for our first look at Acadia National Park, a beautiful, rugged national park.