The building behind us, a former Odd Fellows hall, is the summer residence of our good friends, Kim and Tom. The building contains: a stage, ballroom, billiard room, art studio and gallery space. Thanks for the "hammered" lobster, pie, and billiards !
We decided to give the Bar Harbor to Yarmouth ferry a try, after casino hell on the Portland to Yarmouth ferry. This turned out to be a very good decision, even the dining was pleasant - thanks for the butter Marilyn !
Whats another way of saying "online resource" ?
This woman was using a high-lighter marker on her Nova Scotia guidebook, now I don't feel so bad about bringing the laptop.
Lots of great winding shore roads and very little traffic - this is what Miatas were made for.
All of the lighthouses were automated in the late 70's (?). The town of Barrington saved the lens and mechanism and other parts from the Seal Island lighthouse and opened a lighthouse museum. A nice, quick little stop.
The lens systems on old lighthouses are really beautiful - If you have a chance get a good look at one.
We have a thing for all of those large roadside folk art pieces - the more bizarre the better, this one was not that unusual - but was interactive.
This strange pod on top of a tall steel frame turned out to be a fire tower. Unfortunately, they stopped letting people climb them last year so we had a nice shout with the fire ranger, he said the view was really nice.
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