If you have dinner on the patio shown in the last post, as we did, make sure and bring your binoculars. You can look out over the harbor and see Black Guillemots, shown here, those adorable little black-and-white sea birds. Birding and a lobsta' dinner. That's our kind of fun.
Here's more of the harbor, and the hang out of the guillemots. You're looking at Frenchman's Bay and the Porcupine Islands.
The next day we went to Acadia National Park, not to be missed. Don is looking out from one of the many scenic pullouts in the park and you can see Frenchman's Bay and some of the Porcupine Islands in the distance.
Don was looking at some of the many Double-crested Cormorants in the bay.
Coming Moday, Eiders and more of Acadia National Park.