October 16-18, 2015
|Cottage Street Restaurant and Bakery -|
a quaint little restaurant and
I'm a cottage lover
so I love the name -
two thumbs up for food and
very friendly and helpful waiter
|happy customers ~|
the beef brisket was delish
and my sister and daughter inhaled
the lobster sliders and chowder
|amazing strawberry rhubarb pie|
We went to Thunder Hole
in Acadia National Park
first thing in the morning
to scatter my mother's ashes
in the ocean.
Then we went back to Bar Harbor
for a yummy breakfast at Two Cats.
|hot chocolate, just right|
|Good thing I had bacon and eggs|
to balance out the carbs in the
hot chocolate and the delectable
raspberry almond pancakes!
|quaint shops in Bar Harbor|
|Blueberries for Sal,|
along with Make Way for Ducklings,
is a Robert McCloskey favorite
set in New England.
I remember my teacher reading
this aloud to our second grade class
on my first day in a new school -
a warm lifetime memory
|blue water, blue sky, white clouds, ahhhh|
|Well, who could resist this?|
we went back to Acadia National Park
for the afternoon and sunset.
Then back to town for just a little bit!
We hadn't taken much time to enjoy
the hotel grounds, which were beautiful.
Just a few moments on Sunday morning
before our long car ride back to Maryland...
|holding my big sister's hand ~|
a sweet moment
|and a cold one, too|
Just a one more autumn picture?
What a road trip!
I'm so glad it worked out!
Here are my photo posts so far!