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Much of what we have today in Acadia National Park was given to the people by John D. Rockefeller Jr. He donated most of the land and built the carriage road system with its seventeen stone bridges, each unique in design. We set out to explore more of the carriage roads, this time on foot, to see and photograph the 'cobblestone' bridge. This beautiful little bridge spans Jordan Creek, and was built in 1917. All the bridges are steel-reinforced concrete, but are faced ...
... about all a seaside resort community can offer. W told our waiter today, that last visit we had a twin lobster lunch for $9.95. He laughed and said, that'll run you $42 today. So much for inflation.
This little jaunt up the coast, has not taken us as long as we thought it might. We have seen much of what we came to see, enough to make the trip another memory book full of sights, sounds, smells, ...
... Lincolnville Beach I believe but it wasn't opening till tomorrow. Onward, Belfast called us to stop for lunch and we found a pub on the harbor. Free pool on Wednesday so we played three games and had a tasty lunch- not the lobster roll Denis wanted but tasty and the service was good.
We crossed an amazing bridge over Penobscot Narrows if memory serves me. If it had been May ...
... under trees to shelter from the deluge. Still no signs of it brightening up, so we stop for a coffee/hot chocolate at the Trailhead Café and discuss our options. Yes, we could still get a bike but we both know what will happen. We will cycle for approximately ten minutes before I start complaining that I am cold and miserable. Our other option for today was a boat cruise. We could do this but we both know what will happen. We will sail ...
... glad that I have found the pleasure of my own company and the tremendous company of nature.
After my hike I went back to the hustle bustle of Bar Harbor, dropped in an internet cafe with my laptop, purchased a cup of ice coffee and settled in to do some blogging with REAL internet. Internet where you can actually upload pictures! Unfortunately, they closed at 5pm before I had finished, so I am now writing this back at the campground where ...