Knowing that cabin fever will be a component of my afternoon and evening, I drove the half mile from our hotel to Acadia NP visitor center and did a quick activation on 17m CW and 20m CW/phone.
There was surprisingly little QRN from the storm, no lightning at all and more wind than rain at this location. At Contact #47, my antenna blew off the car. I took this as a hint that it may be time to leave but the mag-mount briefly back in place for an even 50 contacts (I hate prime numbers).
Hotels in Bar Harbor appear to be at about half capacity, typical for this time of year now that school is back in session.
Some restaurants were open for breakfast but expect to be closing by noon today. The local Maine'rs all appear to be taking this in stride, with most considering it no big deal, just another nor'easter. Their attitude is being passed on to us tourists here.
Tomorrow we leave Maine and head for Canada for sight-seeing and a few park activations.