Then we stopped into a few stores along the main street. The fist one we walked into was an Art Gallery called the Duck Trap Trading Company.
This life-sized bald eagle carved from a single piece of Tupelo by Stefane Bougie well for $85,000 in the store and $100,000 online!
Sandpipers are $1200
African Lion carved by Earl Martz that sells for $5600.
We decided they wouldn't look right with our decor!
After visiting downtown Camden, we headed for Mount Batie State Park. We love the view of Camden Harbor from the top of the Mount Batie.
Views from Mount Batie of Camden, Maine
The last time we sat on these rocks we were watching the fog roll in over Camden Harbor. It was mesmerizing. This time there was no fog and we could see for miles. Today was the most clear we've ever seen it up here. It is like a totally different world down there!
Memorial to World War I on the top of Mount Batie
A closer look at some of the Camden Harbor
We left Mount Batie and headed again to Acadia National Park hoping that there would be a lot less traffic. Our goal today is to get another look at the walk that we love along Otter Point.
The Tide is out
We passed by this Beaver home as we drove the road to the park.
Starting our walk at Otter Point
Loved the red in this tree.
Views at Otter Point
The Atlantic Ocean
We left Otter Point as the sun was setting and headed over to Jordon Pond House. We will be in time for dinner tonight and we couldn't wait. They serve the best food!
Dinner is served at Jordon Pond House
Grilled Cage-free Chicken Breast with Maple Sweet Potatoes,
Roasted Garlic Green Beans and Dried Blueberry Gastrique.
Of course, we also had popovers to go with the meal!
It was a wonderful way to end the day!