45th Parallel Motel and Restaurant
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... lighthouse which we climbed to the top. It was sunny and warm we were hoping to see a whale in the bay but no luck, however we did grab a couple of geocaches. After a quick lunch at the bakery we went back to the campground and changed into shorts! It's lovely and warm today woohoo. The third lighthouse we hit was at the southern tip of the island and is perched atop rocky cliffs. Grabbed another ...
... it! Ugh - had the haddock which was good but I was so looking forward to lobster. I guess I'll wait until we get to Fundy. We all loved the fish chowder we got for our first course. The heavy rain has died down and the tide is back up so we can hear the waves crashing just beyond our campsite. It'll be another peaceful sleep tonight - and God willing the sun will shine tomorrow for our whale watching ...
... br> Down to Dave’s.
A small town on the coast
Where the weirmen yearly boast
Of their take.
Where the work’s from spring to fall
And the fish determine all-
Make or break.
A small town by the mare
Where the sight of fog in air
Brings no frown.
And the foghorn at the Head
Lulls the native in his ...
... fog had subsided by morning but only somewhat.
We went for dinner. There were many people in the restaurant in what was otherwise a pretty deserted area. I had heard it was a popular place to eat and how the family (translation - one server) handled this was impressive!
We awoke this morning to a splendid view of the ocean and even though it was still raining, it was very beautiful.
We left there and headed ...
... There aren’t as many trails, but there are some gorgeous views! You can look across at Cadillac Mountain and you can walk right up to the crashing waves of the Atlantic. The one-way road through the peninsula ends at Schoodic Point. Here, the craggy coastline meets the open ocean and the resulting spray is like a geyser in Yellowstone. You could spend all afternoon sitting on the rocks, but time again was ticking and it ...