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... but I managed to squeeze in 10 laps of the deck before lunch and 5 after which is a good result. Chrispy missed out on the morning session as it clashed with line dancing but she had amassed 10 by the close of business. The afternoon turned out to be very pleasant with plenty of warm sunshine against a backdrop of a azure blue sky, the fog having lifted as soon as we got out to sea. That's sods buggery law as Sara would say! Looking ...
We really had on idea how many islands there are up here either. We even found one shaped like a heart!
When we landed we got to tour an old B-17 bomber. It had Gretta Garbo on the outside of it as the pin up girl. The bombs and bullets were all still in place. They even had a mannequin in the tail section to show what that was like. How they ever got anyone over the age of three into that tiny little section is beyond me! It was ...
I was mocking the Americans about yesterday being the end of summer and today being the 1st of autumn (fall i should say). Well I mock no more. After our alarm didn't go off and we were positively flying around we made it just in time for our group photo at 8 am. Once outside the briskness of the morning hit us. It was bloody freezing. The lazy wind was going straight through us. The ...
... generously provides the Island Explorer buses which run several different routes around the island, helping to lower both congestion and pollution within the park. The buses are free for anyone to ride, but you do need to purchase a park pass if you are utilizing the park. The fee for Acadia is $20 for a car and $5 for walk/bike in and is good for 7 days.
The Hulls Cove Visitor Center is a great place to ...
... going to spoil our lunch! We then crossed the US border at Calais, which the Americans pronounce as "callous", and not the more elegant French way. We all had to get off of the bus this time and walk into the facility to show our passports, while the officials went on and checked the bus, they trusted us going into Canada from America but not coming back! Perhaps they were concerned we had some wildlife stashed away somewhere, it certainly wouldn't have been a ...