No mints here. In Bar Harbor, they leave chocolate lobsters on your hotel pillow.
You can buy all the essentials here - yarns, candy, sweaters, and bees. "Six bees, please." "To stay or to go?"
Looking dashing in front of The Thirsty Whale, a place that serves amazing fried clams.
They also serve beers there. We may have had some.
Also prominent in Bar Harbor? Ice cream. We probably went to five different ice cream stores while we were there.
Biking through Acadia National Park.
In the middle of the park is Jordan Pond House, a place to grab crab cakes and lemonade (and ice cream, of course).
And this was the view from our table.
Shredding hills on the way back to the hotel.
The only thing we had scheduled the whole week - a few hours on a sailboat.
Try not smiling on a sailboat. It's impossible.
A chilly beach-side lunch in Seal Harbor. I taunted a seagull with questionably appropriate language.
Making friends with nature.
An amazing hole-in-the-wall seafood joint in Northeast Harbor. Easily the best lobster I've ever had.
Wrestling a tasty lobster. I won.
More trail biking in the park. Beautiful views every 30 seconds.
The view from the top of Bald Peak.
That am nature and we are us.
This is a work in progress by Dylan Love. Everything contained herein is true, except that which has been deliberately exaggerated or falsified.