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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 ...
... Pond. It is a little warmer and less windy than last night’s trip up the mountain. Invigorated by our walk, we head back to the guesthouse to drop off the car, shed some cold weather layers and head into town for some food. Tonight we dine at Geddy’s – an American/Seafood/Mexian/Pizza/Asian bar and grill. Mr Fletche has mustard clams, whilst I have the teriyaki salmon. For the first time, we manage dessert and share a slice ...
... but that has not made its way here yet. Some Bar Harbor technology entrepreneur will be rich some dsy. We stared out down into the Park. It is wonderful and fascinating. Much more than you can see in two days. In fact the portion that is traveled by Auto is really only about a third of the park land. We only made it halfway around the circle with brief stops at Thunder Hole and some other stops for some rock climbing and picture taking. We drove back to ...
... Vanderbilts and Astors. This evening, we had a traditional and delicious Maine Lobster Dinner.
We stopped at the Nubble Lighthouse, saw the "cottages" on the Maine coast, drove by Walkers Point compound which is the summer home of George and Barbara Bush.
Many laughs on the bus with our newfound friends. Looking forward to tomorrow when we get to explore Acadia Natl Park.