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Isle Au Haut

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Isle au Haut is the French name of a village and island in the Penobscot Bay, with a year-round population of less than 100. Isle au Haut can be reached by a daily mailboat from Stonington. Once there, you need to explore the 6 miles long by 2 miles wide island by foot or bicycle. The southern portion of Isle au Haut forms the lesser visited of the three units that make up Acadia National Park.

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Aboard Isle-au-Haut mailboat. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Captain of Isle-au-Haut mailboat aboard boat. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Isle-au-Haut harbor. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) General store and church steeple. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Pier loaded with lobster traps. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Small boats, harbor and village. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Man carrying construction wood and rolling case out of mailboat. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Mailbox and people unloading mailboat. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Ramp and harbor. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Passengers headed towards mailboat. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Harbor, early morning. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color) Schacks and inlet. Isle Au Haut, Maine, USA ( color)
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