Low tide between Bar Harbor and Bar Island. Pretty cool walking on the ocean floor.
As we walked to Bar Island during low tide it was interesting to see the water patterns, the rocks, the shells, the plants, etc.
Low tide with very shallow tide pool. More like a puddle!
Low tide with a cruise ship in the distance.
The view from Bar Island with another island in the distance.
Landry exploring during low tide at Bar Harbor.
Hiking on Bar Island.
Jonah found this log and ask me to take his picture.
The ocean, lobster trap, the log and the kids make a for pretty nice picture!
Kathryn, Landry and Jonah on a log on Bar Island.
Found this cute restaurant on Main Street in Bar Harbor called Route 66 Restaurant. The atmosphere was fun; the food was ok.
Old time bar at the Route 66 Restaurant.
The Route 66 Restaurant was filled with 1000's of old signs, toys and antique items.
Two of the old signs in the Route 66 Restaurant.
Old toy in the Route 66 Restaurant.
Gas pump outside of the Route 66 Restaurant.
Jonah found an old firestone tire in the entrance of the Route 66 Restaurant.
We were surprised with a free desert after Kim "checked in" on Facebook!
Entrance to the Route 66 Restaurant.
Landry, Jonah and Kathryn at the entrance of the Route 66 Restaurant.
This was one of the best surprises in Bar Harbor. It is an old time drug store with a soda fountain. They also served soup and sandwiches. Best of all, they sold there coffee for 20 cents to keep the old time feel!
Ordering our ice cream, ice cream floats and ice cream sodas at the drug store.
Landry's Root Beer Float.
Jonah really enjoyed his Root Beer Float!
Kim's hot fudge sundae.
We always drink Coca-Cola!
Main Street in Bar Harbor looking toward the harbor and Bar Island. The Lobster sign in the tree on the left is where we ordered fresh steamed lobster for dinner.
Main Street in Bar Harbor looking toward the hills and mountains in Acadia National Park.
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