Shore Path Cottage
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... exposed granite, some only a foot wide, others huge swaths of granite marked by cairns. The vistas at the top were magnificent, the rugged coast and many small island laid out below us in the afternoon sun.
And so, we're off! More trails to walk; more bike roads to ride; more photos to take. Hope you enjoy these first photos of Acadia NP. The weather was fabulous over the weekend. We hiked and biked in tee shirts. Now we have jackets on in Seattle like ...
We decided to use the shuttle to get around Acadia National Park again today. It arrived at the campground around 9:30 and took us to the village where we would catch a different shuttle for the Jordan Pond route. We rode that route to the end at Northeast Pier. At the pier we got out and waked along the docks to look at the beautiful boats. Tommy loves wooden boats with their glossy hulls, so we spent ...
... Center when everyone is huddled up as if they are embarking on an arctic expedition. They’ll all be sorry when it's boiling hot later on, won’t they?
We purchase our visitors pass and enter the park. And it is indeed spectacular. There are mountains, forests, beaches and lakes. I make an impressive attempt at climbing a mountain trail before deciding that jumping up onto a few rocks and waving at Mr ...
... and has signs that are either not there or come up at the last minute. This is also made more challenging by the ridiculous drivers that inhabit the East Coast. I managed to solve the puzzle and find the interstate with no scratches to the car and only minimal swearing!
... and I was going to have my day with the whales! It was a beautiful day and as we headed out to sea I was thoroughly enjoying the wind in my hair, the salt spray, the sun on my face. There was one poor guy who was puking his guts out, and I felt SO sorry for him. The rest of us were fine, but all I could think of was how miserable it would be to feel so terrible for 5 hours on a boat and not have any choice about returning. But I had my eyes on the horizon, scanning for ...