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... they had seen what they wanted to see, and we would be coming back to the area while we were here, the Lynches followed us back to the coach for a beeya and got caught up on what we and they had been doing/seeing since Bangor. We agreed that we would try to link up again in York Harbor in a week or so.
After they left, we drove out to Ruth and Wimpy's Restaurant in Hancock for dinner. This was ...
... dinner and eat at the buffet. Had some chicken, asparagus, chard and a zucchini & eggplant mix. Followed by fresh fruit with a sambuca dressing. This was very yummy I would have liked more. But decided no. I retired to my room to watch a movie as the one showing in the movie theater didn't interest me and the show in the other theater required formal dress and was something with Broadway hits. I decided to rent the matrix and watch that in my ...
Jim did his usual climbing on the rocks and provided more pictures to go with previous ones of him and rocks from other parks across the country
There was a cruise ship in ...
... and it was very peaceful to walk through.
We then went back to Acadia and walked one of the carriage trails near Jordan Pond seeing three of the stone bridges that were built for the trails. Each stone had to be cut by hand to be fit into place by the bridge builder. These bridges were built in the 1930's and are spread throughout the parks 57 miles of carriage trails. After returning to Jordan Pond we had dinner which included more popovers. Yum Yum.
... I've seen on a hike ever, so we were not ones to argue.
Taking it easy tonight, as we have a long drive to Prince Edward Island tomorrow. However, we were still able to get into some of the wine Nate's mother had generously donated. Tonight we tackled some Sauternes from the 70's paired with local blue cheese. For dinner? Lobster of course.
Tomorrow - driving along the coast from Maine to Prince Edward Island in Canada and Sailor becomes a bi-national dog!