Sunday, June 24, 2012

Bah Hahbah!

Scott and Karen's house was the perfect stop on our way to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. It was only 200 miles away but driving Bebe it took us about 5 hours. We checked into the Bar Harbor Campground which was a 5 minute drive to town and sported full hook ups which we needed because I had an online tax class the following day. It was a nice, clean campground and in a good location to see the town.   We drove over to the Acadia National Park Visitor center to get Bill's Golden Age National Parks Pass at Acadia National Park - once you turn 62 this lifetime pass is $10 and will get you into all of our National Parks including discounted camping fees!


We drove into Bar Harbor early one morning to have a fabulous breakfast at Two Cats and then walked the Shore Path, created in 1880, along the eastern shore of Mt. Desert Island. The views of the Atlantic with it's rocky granite shores and beautiful mansions were breathtaking. Bar Harbor is your typical little tourist town, of which we've seen many, but we were both anxious to get to Acadia National Park!

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