The weather here on Mount Desert Island has been wonderful. Lots of sun, mild temperatures and even when the clouds have rolled in, the visibility has been super. Today we drove over to the Schoodic Peninsula, which includes another part of Acadia National Park. The description I wrote about our visit back in 2007 will give you a good feel for our day today.
The internet remains a challenge and now my laptop has developed a problem with the charger, so it’s possible that I may not be able to post and upload photos until we return home. Is there a patron saint of technology I should be praying to???
Here’s the view from Cadillac Mountain looking down on Bar Harbor, the Porcupines and a cruise ship. It’s our favorite alfresco/al-automobile picnic spot.
This gray squirrel may not be a moose, but he is “wildlife”.
Chuck snapped this view of the picnic area near the entrance to Acadia on Schoodic.
Herring gulls over Schoodic, with Mount Desert in the distance
Granite and evergreens on Schoodic
From Route 1, looking over to Cadillac Mountain on Mount Desert Island
Sunset with gulls at Seal Harbor
Moonrise in Bar Harbor
These were uploaded in low resolution, but they are still “clickable” for a better (and more vivid) view.