Park Entrance Oceanfront Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... monogamous; when threatened, one beaver sounds for danger and serves as the distraction while the others get to safety, and their offpsring live with the adults until they are three. Feel smart now, huh? After a short wait, we got a great seat outside overlooking Jordan Pond while we devoured popovers and blueberry lemonade.
It was late in the afternoon and time to head back towards Bangor with a pitstop at the Atlantic Brewing Company. Though the ...
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 ...
... Bar Harbor and there was a work party going on getting it ready to open ... they would let us stay the night for a $25 donation to a charity (Kid's Camp I think they said). They said there would be no amenities but turned out we had power and water and even ended up with wifi -- and better wifi than last night. We walked the campground and along the beach. It is a lovely campground with ...
... out. Whilst Mr Fletche deals with pre-dawn temperatures and fighting other photographers to get that first shot of the sunshine on US shores, I doze, read a little, catch up on world news on the internet (also known as Facebook) and have a nice long shower. When Mr Fletche rolls back in just after 8am, I am ready and eager to start the day.
Another scrummy breakfast, and then Mr Fletche has a little 'work business’ to take care ...
... and these older people (he was about my age) and I wonder if I will be able to do that one day." (I assumed he was talking about me, as I was the only single hiker around.) The woman said, "I think you will." Then the man said, "well, I'm just glad I don't have to right now." Hmmm.......I guess that man thought I was hiking by myself because I HAD NO OTHER CHOICE. Now, I have spent a week and a half driving by myself, eating by myself, hiking ...