Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Mainly Maine

We left Prince Edward Island October 8 and drove through New Brunswick again and then into Maine, as far as Ellsworth, where we spent another another day weathering the remnants of hurricane Matthew. Especially not fun in a camper; and in cold weather. The next few days we spent in and around Acadia National Park, which we visited in 1970. Next post.
The fall color was already well underway in Maine

This, we think, was a blueberry burn (look it up)

We spent an afternoon in Bar Harbor ("Ba Haba")
including some time at the Abbe native American

Some beautiful stuff there, some old, some new

Me horsing around in a gift shoppe

Not much Art Nuvo in Bar Harbor,
but there was this; apparently only
banks could afford it

Bar Harbor Harbor; sort of like Temple Bar Bar;
the occurrence of "bar" in both is merely

At an old timey soda fountain

Couldn't resist

Driving around, in and out of the national park;
this is South Harbor; or possibly North Harbor

Rocky beach scene

The leaves were changing nicely

Maine lobster; I am now an accomplished lobster-
eater, thanks to

Downloading this photo on to my phone

Lobster roll take-out from

This typical lobster pound...pretty, um, rustic

1 comment:

Rebecca said...

The photo of the two of you sharing a milkshake was too cute! You should post that one to Facebook.