The Lodge at Camden Hills
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and then took a leisurely ride back to the campground. On the way, we spotted an inland lake with huge rock formations rising out of it. Apparently, it was a private lake and the only way to see it was from the road.
We spent some time at the campground relaxing, reading, taking Beckett for a walk and napping. This campground is nice and quiet, so we enjoyed the afternoon.
Around 2:00, we drove back to ...
... mad is that it had a very good rating in our campground book.
Once again we rain into a lot of traffic. We have never experienced this in any of our travels before. It was constant stop and go all through Massachusetts, New Hampshire and into Maine. We also saw so many "almost accidents" with people cutting in and out of traffic. Very tiring.
... about 7:15 when we got back to Vinalhaven. We decided to go to Sunset Rock again to see if there'd by any sunset views, even though the sky was mainly overcast. We went there. Even though the sun was behind clouds, I took a few pictures. Don't think we will come back here any time soon, so I did the best I could.
Back to the motel room. Will get ready to leave here early tomorrow morning - need to be at the ferry by 8am to get on the 8:45 ferry.
... that Phil in his email mentioned the options to take a sail into the ocean with a lobster boat, or a bird expert, or just a sail boat. I spoke with him last night. He seemed to recommend going with the lobster boat. After discussing with Bob, this morning we asked Phil again. He seemed to recommend the lobster boat, so we asked him to try scheduling with us a ride late this afternoon, for a couple of hours (not cheap, $100 per hour). So he arranged with ...
... early morning. Two empty mugs of coffee and four slightly blue legs later, we meandered back to the cottage to pack up and explore Camden State Park before heading up the coast towards Bangor.
Camden State Park was beautiful. We opted to drive up to the top of Mt. Battie rather than drive in the interest of time and took in the beautiful views of Maine's coastal towns, including overlooking the boats in Camden Harbor. The peak of Mt. Battie had an old ...