- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... these things in front of Wanda, she is very sensitive, you know. We found great parking spot right beside the historic Old City Market in St John and we went in behind a tour bus full of unfortunately barely mobile cruise ship folks. Despite Gary's impatience with the elderly and infirm( like me), we managed to find a little Korean spot for lunch. We entered Maine at St Stephen, NB and the ...
... lighthouse, I noticed several lobster buoys next to the road that looked like the fisherman was getting rid of. So we stopped, and Shirley went up to the door to ask him if he was throwing them away or what. He said that she could have any of them for $5 Canadian each. We now have four buoys (two that she found on the beach in PEI and two that she bought today).
We then drove to the Mulholland Point lighthouse, opposite the narrows ...
... lead to different nature areas in Campobello Park. The furthest drive goes out to Liberty Point at the southern end of the island. Here you can also occasionally spot whales (I did not) and lots of birds and maybe a seal pulling out onto a rock at low tide. While a jumping humpback whale would have made my year, the craggy rocks and crashing surf were enough to satisfy me.
Time to head back towards Bar Harbor. The guy ...
... for it!), and we wouldn't have been able to see anything!
First, though, there were the morning's activities to enjoy. This morning Colin, the speaker from yesterday afternoon, was back to give us a full morning of classes on "FDR the Sailor", and after a break, "Eleanor the Reluctant Sailor". Colin is a great speaker, very well informed on everything to do with the Roosevelt family and their ties to the island, and he was able to answer all ...
We had glorious weather again today- sunny and 72 degrees. By the way, we have experienced NO deer flies or mosquitos which I understand are a scourge in the summer- September must be a great time to camp and hike in this area.
Yikes! Gas is up to $4.15 per gallon! We are really glad we are driving a little economy car and not in a truck pulling a travel trailer (an option we had been doing some thinking ...