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What are you drinking?

These photos were taken with my mobile phone after having a nice dinner and some drinks at the Bar Harbor Beerworks on Main Street.  The duck confit tacos I had were amazing (yes I know, not your classic taco but I was enjoying them so much a table next to us asked what I was eating and proceeded to order the same) but the blueberry soda was too too sweet for me.  It was like drinking a melted Popsicle.

Now at another drinking establishment a few doors down there was this “scientific” sign which answers a question not sure that was asked 🙂  Be careful out there today if celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.  Those green drinks can get to you if you aren’t careful.

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What’s showing?

I can only imagine how beautiful the Acadian night sky is because we always rose very early to beat crowds; by the evening it was dinner and done for the day!  To learn a little more about this historic theater – such as the theater’s founder being a convicted bootlegger who went legit after serving his time in federal prison – read here.

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I’ll have a vanilla malt with a cherry on top


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Has done a Vivian Maier selfie – well, almost everyone perhaps.  Here is my take on it with a side of E.E. Cummings.



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Oscar Nominee

Tonight is the night of the Oscar awards and I am torn between watching it to see if my favorites will win or staying with my usual Sunday night viewing of The Walking Dead.  Polar opposites don’t you think?  It is for certain that one of them will get the DVR while I enjoy the other.  But I wanted to share a couple of scenes from when we visited one of the nominee’s in the summer of 2013 – Manchester by the Sea, Massachusetts.

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Happy Trails to You

After a bit of which way should we go now – they went that away!

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Two horses, a mule and Sam Elliott

Yet another bit of proof that proves you never know who or what you may come across when out with a camera.  They stopped and we chatted for awhile after I pointed right at “Sam Elliott” and told him I loved his mustache.  Turned out he’s originally from northeastern Illinois.  No idea where they came from or where they were going but it made for some great western captures and a few laughs.  This was also the first time I had ever seen a mule outside of a book or movie.  All of the steeds were beautiful… and the humans were pretty cool in their western wear.


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