|I love this moose sculpture - it was almost as exciting to see this as to see a real one...almost.|
I found a quilt shop nearby and had to stop in, of course. I don't really "need" anything but that rarely has anything to do with quilting, it's all about possessing the stuff!
The downtown area is your basic tourist trap but with a New England flair to it. We had lunch at a little place called Route 66. It was filled with memorabilia and playing tunes from our generation. There was so much to see you couldn't take it all in. They even had an I Spy sheet for kids to walk around with and try to locate items. I was a bit miffed that we weren't offered to play this game.
The food was good and you could look forever and not take it all in.
We returned to Acadia National Park one more time to stop at Jordan's Pond, an area we missed on the first trip through. They have a restaurant there that serves the most amazing popovers and the view over the water from the tables on the lawn is stunning. We both enjoyed a meal of scallops that were drool-worthy.
The campground was very nice and we had a relaxing stay in Bar Harbor.
Now we have left Maine are are enjoying Massachusetts. Of all the sights to see and enjoy here the one I'm looking forward to the most is finally meeting Miss Edna and Pogo.
We've been communicating via email to set up a meeting time soon and I'm hoping that tomorrow will be the big day!
Long Live the Queen of Maine