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This post shares photos of the cool bridges built back in the 1920's on the carriage roads of what is now Acadia National Park. All the bridges are faced with locally quarried granite. See the pix below. We also got to see the second of the two gate houses that served as entrances to the road system. The building is an interesting design, fun to see and photograph. ...
... scenic drive, the popular lakes, the many hiking trails....problem is.. there are barracades up at each and every entrance…thank you very much our wonderful Government!!! I shouldn’t complain (but I’m going to) because I’m only inconvenienced while vacationing..there are so many others that are without pay checks. It’s a sad state of affairs for sure!
Anyhow, the good ...
... a wine appreciation after
returning on board. That set us up for the afternoon (happy, happy!) then it
was on to the Crow’s Nest for Bingo, but the $25,000 jackpot alluded us and
everyone else. Happy Hour was next, then on to Trivia (came equal 2nd)
and some music with a young acoustic guitarist, Brandi, who we educated about
Paul Kelly, then to the Lido Bar for dinner. Oops, ...
From Eastport, Maine we headed south just over 100 miles to Bar Harbor, Maine and Acadia National Park. Our time here is almost over but we've managed to hit most of the highlights. We haven't had the best of weather and it has hindered our biking the carriage roads a bit. It has also limited the amount of hiking we were able to do. All the more reason ...
... Bar Harbour Day Four Sunny, Seventy Degrees All up, had DIY breakfasts and in the car for soon after nine thirty. Today's destination is Kenny-bunk Port where we are staying for one night, it's around a four hour drive. We turn off the main road and have a drive through Belfast which is a really typical New England Coastal town, very picturesque, complete with White church etc, back on the main road and on to Camden for our elevenses stop. Another typical New England town and ...