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... is the place where the sun first touches the USA. It is also the only national park that was made up of privately owned land that was donated for the purpose of preserving it. Apparently the wealthy barons of the Golden Age built beautiful, huge estates called "cottages." J.D. Rockefeller, and many others, donated land and even built roads to preserve the beauty of the place. Because it was our first port in the USA we had to be ...
... us over.
The parade definitely deserves its own paragraph. This was no ordinary parade... sure, it had its share of men playing electric keyboards on the back of trucks, Shriners in tiny go carts and YMCA children's camp with "decorated" school buses throwing candy, but it also had some other worthy mentionables, the kind that you absolutely expect to see at every parade.
And now, for "Spotted at Bah Hahbah Fouwth of July ...
... and the driver, Diane. Our tour encompassed the highlights of Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain. Acadia was the first national park east of the Mississippi and occupies most of the land on Mount Desert Island. The park is home to about forty different mammal species including beaver, black bear, deer and fox.
The 27 mile Park Loop Road through Acadia National Park provided us with magnificent scenery that included coastal vistas, mountain ...
Friday 13th September: Morning dawned to thick fog – late to dock in Bar Harbour due to overnight fog. US customs aboard this morning to clear all passengers and we had put our watches back an hour to be the same as New York again. Have to go ashore by tender boat at this port – this will be a first for us. Several morning tours cancelled ...
... huge areas of land for the preservation of use by the general public. He'd become concerned by the increasing development in and around Bar Harbour. By 1913 they had bought 6000 acres which Dorr then offered to the government. It wasn't until 1919 that President Wilson gave it full National Park status, the first one to be established east of the Mississippi River. Today the park consists of more than 47000 acres, including lakes, rivers, beautiful beaches and forests. ...
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