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... we are in the west to have virtually all of the coastline of California, Oregon and Washington owned by the public. Everything up to highest high tide line is ours, available to explore. Public access to beaches is guaranteed. This is not the case in Canada, at least on the east coast where we have been, and not the case here in Maine.
We visited with our friend, celebrated wildlife photographer, Juan Pons, who lives in Bangor, Maine yesterday. He ...
... DiMatteo's - see Deborah's write up. Excellent food, for a reasonable price!! The B&B we stayed at is called The Yankee Lady, had a couple of good breakfasts there. On July 4th, we headed out of Dodge (read: Bar Harbor) prior to the start of the parade, as we did not want to be stuck there. Good thing too, because as we headed out of town, the number of vehicles coming the other looked like a parade in itself. Whew! dodged that bullet!
We took a different route ...
... and on the shores of Frenchman Bay. It has the charm of a small fishing village. When we crossed the Trenton Bridge onto Mount Desert Island, I didn't realize we had left the mainland.
Early Tuesday morning we started our walk at Village Green. Two large Cruise lines had docked in the harbor with about 4,000 tourist converging on the little harbor (made for a lot of excitement).
... Due to ‘inclement’ weather. What? Torrential rain and gale-force winds don’t stop the Brits from playing crazy golf! Hmm, today is literally a washout…
Mr Fletche is starting to feel the effects of his 5:30am alarm call, so for the first time this holiday we decide to have a relaxing afternoon back in our room. Whilst Mr Fletche dozes, I catch up on Game of Thrones (OMG, the "Red Wedding"!!!! Still have my heart ...
... harbor front,
Coming into the town of Bar Harbor we followed the signs for the Acadia National Park Visitor’s Center. While Barb was in line for information, I called the campground and found out that they had one campsite left…first come, first serve. I pulled Barb out of line and we made a quick trip to Blackwoods Campground. Lucky, lucky…no one beat us to the site. We were placed in the middle of the full camp, but everyone was well behaved ...