Posts tagged: sunset

Cadillac and Cats in Maine

By , September 18, 2010 12:15 pm

Yesterday, we went into Bar Harbor for breakfast!  We heard that 2 Cats Cafe was highly rated, so we started there.  Dasy ordered some blueberry pancakes and I had a lobster omelet.  The pancakes were good, but the syrup was made of 100% awesome!  My omelet was a bit too buttery, which overpowered the lobster, but it was good start to the day.

IMG_4344Dave and Brenda had blueberry pancakes down the street at Jordan’s (which they said were awesome).  We met up with them afterwards and strolled around town for a bit.  We bought a couple of trinkets and some ice cream, but otherwise just enjoyed the sights.

In the evening, IMG_3498Dasy and I headed up to Cadillac Mountain to watch the sunset.  We’ll be going back for a sunrise in a day or two.  Cadillac Mountain is the first place in the morning that the sun hits in the United States.  The sunset we saw was excellent, but I didn’t bring a tripod, so I didn’t get many good pictures.  I’ll probably be heading back for that again before we leave.

Today we took the bicycles out to Acadia National Park and rode around on some of the carriage roads, but I’ll save that for the next post!


Rocks, rocks and more rocks…

By , May 16, 2010 8:28 pm


Just a quick shot from Fins & Things OHV trail in Moab… it’s too nice here not to share. 😉

Good Sunsets – Anawhat?!?

By , May 1, 2010 10:01 pm

Trinity Bay Panorama

On the way from New Orleans to Gonzales, we needed a place to stop for the night.  Cheap was a requirement, Internet access was a plus, relaxing scenery would be a bonus.  We managed to find all three at Anahuac, TX. 

Trinity Bay Sunset 3Can you hear me now?

It wasn’t until the next morning that I found out it was pronounced “anna-whack”. 

Anahuac is at the northern end of Trinity Bay, which is at the northern end of Galveston Bay.  There’s a lake, a park, a couple gas stations, an RV campground, a school and not much else.  But the campground was nice enough and seems pretty laid back (we never actually met the owners or checked in, just left the money under the office door after playing phone tag the night before).  BeachThe campground, Trinity Bay RV Park, backs up to water and Fort Anahuac Park.  Fort Anahuac Park has a long road that goes out to a point on the bay.  That’s about all we know.

Trinity Bay Sunset 1Got shell?

Oh, there is one more thing we know… there are great sunsets! 🙂

Trinity Bay Sunset 2

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