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To many non-residents of Maine, outside of Portland, Bar Harbor may be the only town they have heard of in this state and just believe that the rest is covered in trees. This is probably why Bar Harbor is one of, if not the, biggest tourist attracting town in Maine. Located on Mount Desert Island, Bar Harbor is a small town right on the water filled with many shops and restaurants and within only miles of one of the state's ...
... we drove past had lobster cages stacked up in the yards.
Some maintenance is being done today (Friday, 6/26) on both our RVs (ours got new shoes -ouch!) and our persons (haircuts) in preparation ...
Much of what we have today in Acadia National Park was given to the people by John D. Rockefeller Jr. He donated most of the land and built the carriage road system with its seventeen stone bridges, each unique in design. We set out to explore more of the carriage roads, this time on foot, to see and photograph the 'cobblestone' bridge. This beautiful little bridge spans Jordan Creek, and was built in 1917. All the bridges are steel-reinforced concrete, but are faced ...
... in the nearby neighboring counties were there (hope there were no fires or no one got stuck!) but the parade ended nearly as abruptly as it began and it was time to eat our delicious Lobster Benedict and pancakes and start exploring before Hurricane Arthur hit.
One really neat feature about Bah Hahbah is the creation of a landbridge during low tide that connects Mount Desert Island to Bar Island. During low tide, you can walk across ...
... rocky shores , forests , lots of walks, bike trails , lakes etc. we looked at all easily accessible places along the 24 mile ring road . Lots of photos .
After a few optional issues like arranging accommodation for the next couple of nights , the laundromat and our last lobster dinner we asleep later than the locals at 10.15 or so.
For those of you reading this we will try to upload a few more pictures shortly .