Narrows Too RV Resort
We had made reservations here along with some great friends for the whole month of July. Dan and Tricia arrived with us while Bill and Nancy arrived shortly before us. They are morning people and had a fairly short drive down from Lubec, ME. Gail and Rick were suppose to join us all here but had a family emergency to take care of. Things are ok with them now thankfully.
We arrived on my birthday and all of us went out for a lobster supper at the nearest lobster pound. One of my favorite sweets is brownies, and Tricia had made a batch. Great with ice cream!
Birthday with my Buds!!
Our first whole day was a bit foggy but Gin, Pam and I drove up to the Acadia Visitor Center and Cadillac Mountain to get an idea of the beauty there is to see in Acadia National Park. Unfortunately, we didn’t see a thing! It was in a thick cloud. We did at least stop at Seal Harbor when we came down the Park Loop Road.
Acadia has a free LP powered bus system sponsored by LL Bean that makes a stop at this cg along with several others. In order to get our bearings, I joined Bill, Nancy, Dan and Tricia for a day on Mount Desert Island on the buses while Gin and Pam relaxed. It was a beautiful day and we decided to walk the Ocean Path beside the Loop Road from Sand Beach up to Otter Point passing Thunder Hole along the way. The scenery was just spectacular!! Many people were out relaxing on the rocky cliff where the mountain meets the sea. I’ll just close out with a few photos of the walk since words cannot do it justice!
Sand Beach Dan loves rocks!
Wow!! Lots of people on the rocks
No words can describe the beauty!!
Thunder Hole at low tide Rock climber guide
Love the rocks! Thunder Hole to Otter Point
Sailing off the shore Mountain meets the sea