Cello enjoyed Bar Harbor, and how dog-friendly the town was!
Check out this picture from Cherrystones in Bar Harbor (can you find Cello?) …she’s “peeking” through the rail in the bottom left corner 🙂
…and peeking out the rail in the bottom right hand corner of this pic…
Cello’s second ferry ride was on the Steamship Authority high speed ferry to Nantucket Island. Cello was allowed on the tour bus, and went on a 1.5 hour bus tour around the town of Nantucket to see the oldest house on Nantucket Island (Jethro Coffin House), the Old Mill built in 1746, and even a few lighthouses. She also took Cisco Winery’s shuttle to visit Cisco Brewers.
Ferry to Nantucket
Walking down the cobblestone streets of Nantucket
Chillin’ on the Nantucket Tour Bus
Jethro Coffin House
The Old Mill
Cello’s first ferry ride! Cello spent the day in Martha’s vineyard and saw the oldest working platform carousel, Flying Horses (mark that down for another National Historic Landmark visit for Cello!), and the Gingerbread Houses of Martha’s Vineyard. She also had her first ride on a public transit…dogs were allowed on the buses in Martha’s Vineyard!
Island Queen ferry to Martha’s Vineyard
1st public transit ride on a bus!
Gingerbread Houses in Martha’s Vineyard
Oldest working platform carousel in America
One of the coolest walks Cello has been on! …a 1.75 round trip…walking out on a granite jetty to see the lighthouse!
Cello at Stephen King’s House…while we were there he drove out of his driveway so we got to see him in person 🙂
Cello was at the summit of Mt. Battie in Camden Hills State Park!
While in Nantucket, Cello bellied up to the bar at Cisco Brewers – a distillery, brewery, and winery all in one!