Monday, September 10, 2012

Settling in

This is our tenth trip to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.  We.Are.Home. or at least it feels that way.  We truly love it here.  

We dropped off the latest foster puppies at the shelter and were on the road heading north by 10:30.  It was a delightful, uneventful trip and we arrived safe and sound around 3:00.  After checking in, we took a quick trip around the Loop Road to check out the "high surf" created by a hurricane far away in the ocean, which didn't look much different than any of the other nine times we drove the same route.  

We made a quick stop at the grocery store, then returned to Edgewater No. 7 to sit outside for awhile and watch the tide come in.  It was cloudy and a little breezy; I got cold and came in to unpack.  Bill enjoyed some quiet time by himself.

Homegrown tomatoes and the view from No. 7
Can you find Bill?
From our first visit...September, 2003

Sand Beach from Great Head Trail (one of the "best easy day hikes")
On the rocks near Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, southern tip of Mt. Desert Island

 We were much younger then ;o)
Bass Harbor Lighthouse

I like this photo...a lot
Far end of the Jordan Pond Trail
The weather looks GREAT for the week, we'll be out hiking tomorrow.

Thanks for stopping by...

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