Acadia Pines Motel
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... pictures. It was a nice 3.5 hour tour but I was glad to be back on dry land.
Since I wasn't feeling well after the boat tour, I really just wanted to go back to the hotel and take a nap before closing ceremonies and dinner. Phil took the motorcycle on his own up through Acadia National Park. I've included some of his pics here for your viewing pleasure.
We got ready for dinner and ...
... again..we're getting good at this! Then down to the beach for pics...freezy water! Brushed off the sand then drove to the lighthouse, waited for sunset for photos ( with a million other people, ha!). Had a wonderful dinner at the Chart Room Restaurant. Lobster stew, clam chowder, all of ...
... us about a case that was decided in the courts here recently allowing coastal property owners to block any access to the water if they wish. This legislation makes Acadia NP even more precious. There are many miles of shoreline and beaches here, easily accessed by road with plenty of parking for all to enjoy.
We will have additional photos of carriage road bridges and other items of interest next post
So, let's get this blog post done and get out ...
Our Northern journey reached its northern most destination today when we arrived at Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine. Our recollection of this area from 25 years ago, was confirmed with this visit. It is an absolutely beautiful area and that fact is confirmed by more people than you can shake a stick at. On our last visit here, in August 1989, it was quite a bit more chilly than today. Last time it was ...
... I-95 crosses through. There is a $2 toll, a few exits and then you are in Maine.