We did more in Maine than just eat lobster rolls. We hiked, biked, explored and ate some other things too. Here are some of the highlights.
We arrived after dark at our cabin at Beloins and had no idea what to expect. But we woke up to this:
And couldn't be any closer to the water without being on a boat. I wanted to stay a month:
We explored the Camden area:
Then we went to Bar Harbor and stayed at the Yellow House:
Ate popovers on the lawn at the Jordan Pond House restaurant in Acadia National Park:
Rented the last four bikes in Bar Harbor, after an obscenely giant cruise ship appeared one morning and nearly thwarted our plans by booking up almost every bike in town:
Picked up a delicious picnic for our bike ride on the Acadia Carriage Roads at the Morning Glory Bakery. An army of clone granola girls made delicious sandwiches here. We ordered Laila and Ralphy, grilled veggies/goat cheese and curry chicken salad respectively:
After riding all over the park, we chomped our 'licious sammies overlooking this view:
Overall, we toured many stunning views and vistas all over Camden and Mt Desert Island and went home relaxed, exhausted...and full.