We are currently on a slow cruise back from Maine to Annapolis via Long Island Sound, and after dropping anchor in Stonington, Connecticut this past Sunday (September 27) we checked the forecast and saw this rather ominous graphical representation of the winds for Tuesday (September 29) night / early Wednesday (September 30) morning:
The remnants of hurricane Laura “forced” us into Bar Harbor for 2 weeks! Certainly not a problem as there is much to do here. I find it interesting that we are in Maine and this is the 3rd tropical storm/hurricane or weather event we had to duck from or remain holed up. Hmm, bad luck, wrong place/wrong time, global warming? Who knows, anyway, we had more opportunities to trek through Acadia National Park which is awesome. To review, Mount Desert (pronounced like your after dinner treat, dessert) Island is home to SW Harbor, NE Harbor, Seal Harbor, Bar Harbor, Acadia, and many more lovely places. Mountainous and surrounded by water, what more can you ask for?