Every campsite has a history. Some are just for a night. Some last a little longer. We spent the past week being admired at a little ocean-side campsite at Bar Harbor Oceanside KOA. Every evening campers would meander along the beach to watch the sunset over Western Bay. Like clockwork, they would stop by and tell us how lucky we are to … More Ode to Bob from NJ
Looking for fabulous artisan cheeses and local wine just outside Bar Harbor, Maine? On Eden Street in Hull Cove there’s a little garage that opens it’s doors by day to offer patrons fabulous wine, pungent cheese and all you need for a glampy picnic. Wind and Wine By The Sea is in it’s second summer … More Artisan wine store packs perfect picnics
We took a 6 km hike around Jordan Pond today, the heart of Acadia National Park. We remembered to wear sneakers this year and chuckled at other “tourists” (not unlike ourselves last year) attempting to navigate the wooden planks, rocks and trails around the pond that overlooks The Bubbles. Needless to say we were faster … More Jordan Pond
Today I met a mermaid selling sand dollars for sea glass in Seal Harbor. The encounter made for a magical afternoon scouring the shores for sea glass.
What are you going to do today? The most common question asked around the campgrounds. The possibilities are endless on Mount Desert Island. Our neighbours are off on a horse ride along the old Rockefeller Carriage Roads. Here’s our list of To Do’s: 1. Hearty breakfast at Mainely Meat: porridge, fresh wild blueberries and gigantic … More Thursday’s Agenda
There’s nothing like counting your spoils after a day of trolling the tidal pools and seaside nooks and granny’s.