This is Part II of a series. See Part I. Part III coming next week!
I have wanted to go to Maine for a very long time. People who have been there get this dreamy, far away-look in their eye when Maine is called to memory, so I knew there had to be something to it. I was not disappointed. On this very productive trip I crossed off a bucket list destination, hit two new states (Maine and New Hampshire), and collected another national park.
Here are some more photos of the journey. I last left you when we arrived at Acadia National Park.
See this rock face? We climbed it. Beehive Mountain. There were steel ladder rungs bolted into the side of the rocks making it, I won’t say easy, but easier to scramble up.
We were enveloped by clouds at the top and could only just make out Sand Point.
Sand Point when the clouds cleared.
Amphitheater Bridge, crossing a stream in style. Way to keep it classy, Mr. Rockefeller.
View from the Jordan Pond house, where we had a fantastic lunch and sampled the famed popovers.
A surprise waterfall.
Beside Still Waters.
The sun came out!