Red Barn Restaurant & Motel
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... but after looking at the map I've lost my desire to go that far out of the way. I think I'm beginning to get a bit travel weary. In a couple of days we'll be heading west. We still have a lot to see and many adventures ahead, but there is something inside that wants to get back home. Agh! I just got one of those pesky Mosquitos. I'm going back inside. Until tomorrow, ...
... walked together in light rain along the coast – and had long discussions about everything.
We were driving up the Cadillac Mountain, the summit – 465 m – is the highest point in Hancock Country, but – guess what - there was only fog on the top, so we decided to drive back. Suddenly sun was coming through the fog and for few minutes we had the chance to see something from the landscape, a beautiful view over the ...
... it was hard to decide which town I liked the most. Each town had something unique to offer the visitor whether it was its shops, restaurants and/or marina.
My highlight of the trip was our visit to Acadia National Park and going to the summit of Cadillac Mountain (1,530 feet). Standing on the summit, we were able to take in the fall colours of the vegetation on the mountain and the valleys below. Truly breathtaking! Another highlight ...
Granny- Hobnobbing with the rich and famous in Bar Harbor, NOT.... but there sure are a lot of people here, not including our fellow mariners. An excursion on Lulu's lobster boat is great fun on this quintessential summer day in Maine. Bobbing across the bay to Egg Island we see bald eagles, harbor seals, ducklings in a "crush" which means they can’t fly yet. These little cuties are flapping their feathers for all they are worth though as our craft heads to sea. I ...
... can only marginally fly above the surface of the water. They have to work really hard to get off the surface of the water to the point they look like they are injured. Once they get started they don’t go very high, but can cover some territory. Penguins don’t fly at all. The just flop their short wings and waddle away. At any rate, it was fun watching them and there are some pictures for you to enjoy.
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