While I was there I took a picture of a pair of rescue greyhounds (and their owners).
I don't have a story to go with either picture...just nice pictures.
Blue Hill is a quaint old Maine village just one peninsula to the east of us. The Barncastle is an elegant inn and a not so elegant restaurant. We had good meals and enjoyed ourselves...but the kitchen is too small and the service is slow. We had a good waitress, but... Below is a picture of half of the table. Eleanor Roth was the first to notice me skulking around with a camera and looked up in time for a very fine picture.
The pizza menu from their wood-fired oven was good. Their only seafood had shells. The pitchers were $7.50. Bernie and Durelle had ribs.
The major disappointment was that there were no mussels; which caused some ordering realignments as we got everything straightened out. It was a good meal, and no one was unhappy.
On the way home we stopped at the riverwalk park in Bucksport to take a few more pictures.
The statue is called "Before the Wind" These granite statues are done up in Orono at the University of Maine Art Department and donated to Maine communities. A few years ago I did a blog about the program.