After spending the Sunday morning in Portsmouth, we drove north to Maine, stopping on the way to assist a
woman who flagged us down because she'd run out of fuel. After stopping for a late lunch in Belfast, we
arrived at the camp ground near Acadia National Park which was to be our base for three days. On the Tuesday,
we drove all the way to Canada.
Our first taste of Maine.
The fish bicycle! Click to see the video!
The dramatic Penobscot Narrows Bridge near Bucksport.
A significant battle was fought nearby in the Revolutionary War.
The view from Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park.
Still more view. So much beauty to take in.
Watching the sun go down from the mountaintop.
Yes, we camped! In a tent!
The 151 ft (46 m) Margaret Todd, a 4-masted schooner.
The Bass Harbor Head Light
The boat trip from Northeast Harbor.
The lighthouse on Bear Island.
The view back towards Northeast Harbor.
A marker on a dangerous reef.
The museum on Little Cranberry Island.
Lobster boat left; impressive private yacht right.
View from somewhere on the Scenic Loop.
… though only fools rush in.
The view from Hunters Head.
The Roosevelt Campobello International Park. In Canada!
It was Canada and still it was hot!
The side facing the water.
A fireplace under the staircase.
Fancy wall-coverings and decorations.
A substantial living room.
The pièce de résistance …
Crossing the bridge from Canada back to the US.
The West Head Quoddy Light.
The keeper's house, now a museum.
Picking blueberries by the side of the road.
Boats parked near Route 1.
The view from our campground.