Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Road trip......Part Two.....

About an hour away from Bar Harbor and Acadia Park on Mt. Desert Island, is another section of Acadia that is across the water from Bar Harbor and down another peninsula. It's called Schoodic.

This area is far removed from the hustle and bustle of Mt. Desert Island. It's like night and day.

The Park loop is quiet and inviting. We arrived at our Bed and Breakfast, checked in and headed to the Park to see the setting sun do it's thing on the area's beauty.

This is the Bed and Breakfast that we stayed in in Prospect Harbor called Elsa's. It was a lovely, warm and inviting homestead directly across from the harbor.

The view across the street from the Inn. (Notice the light house in the distance.)

A corner of the living room.

The dining room.

The view from our upstairs bedroom. We had our own private entrance from the front porch.

We ate dinner in Winter Harbor. They have their own Village Doctor! 

...and a 5 and 10!

Photo of my husband, Mr. Downeastdoingstuff, aka Birdman (on his blog.) This is the position I see him in most of the time when we are out and about. Heck, even at home he takes many photos of our surroundings!

Down the street was this massive guy. I actually EAT that brand sardines! I didn't think they actually came from somewhere. (yes, I like and about 2 other people)

More to come......


Unknown said...

Loved the photos, but you lost me with the sardines! lol

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

love the photos and the sardines too!

smiles, bee

Anonymous said...

you eat sardines? that's it... I can't be blog buds with you anymore...bwhahahahahaha... but I also bet you didn't wrap a pickled beet with a piece of salami for lunch, either... so I forgive you...

I like the sign...clever!

brattcat said...

Let me get this straight. The Village Doctor practices at the restaurant? That must be some kind of cuisine.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Lovely views.

That's one big can of sardines!!

Lili said...

Sadly no more sardines at that location. (I think it was the last sardine cannery in the U.S. too.) I just love Winter Harbor though. ~Lili

Sharon Creech said...

Charrrrming photos. . .and I like sardines, too.

cam said...

Loved all your picures, Elenka! Especially the inside ones! I love warm and inviting places with a view! Keep on trippin'.

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