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... 1500 feet above sea level, it's the highest point along the Northeast Coast. It was so cloudy, rainy and windy when we reached the summit, we couldn't see a thing! We did take a couple pictures, which we'll send later. We did have better luck going along the coastline and we'll send pictures of that later. Acadia was the first National Park east of the ...
Hello my dear traveling companions,
Leaving friends in Scarborough, ME and heading further North to Bar Harbor and acting like tourists and seeing what the attraction is with Acadia National Park. Wow! How about some beautiful areas to see and enjoy!
Camped at a KOA near Bar Harbor and booked reservations to enjoy a tour through Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor itself. Plenty of pictures were made to share with our traveling ...
... singer who performed at Sips for the evening.
Hotels were already full for the long weekend and so we had to go back to Ellsworth to find a motel. We found out it was Thanksgiving weekend for Canadian's and a 3 day weekend for American's, plus it was the opening weekend of "LEAF PEEPING", so all the motels were nearly sold out. Loved the name they have for coming to look at the fall color - which is starting to look beautiful out in the park.
... the view despite the rain.
After the loop road (took about 2 hours), we picked a hike I had read had the best view of Somes Sound. Somes Sound is one of the only fjords in North America (Bar Harbor claims it is the only one, but there are a few other sounds in the states including Washington and this little river called the Hudson). Technicalities aside, the Sound was suppose to be gorgeous but hard to see, so up we ...
... day before we were swimming in 58 degree weather), and then concluded the days activities with a hike on the trails around Sand Beach. The beginning of the hike was mostly wooded paths, but gradually became more rocky as we made our ascent (which is more enjoyable for the kids...they love to climb all the rocks!)
The final day began with an early morning pool session and then a late big breakfast at Two Cats. During our vacation we had learned how the town got ...