Today we hiked the Carriage Road in Acadia which leads to Little Harbor Brook Bridge. Chuck began “bagging” the bridges of Acadia back in 2006. His ever faithful companion - that would be yours truly - has tagged along on each outing. There are seventeen of them in the park, the construction of which was ordered and overseen by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Today we bagged the last one! It took us about two hours and forty minutes start to finish. As we headed downhill on the way to the bridge, there was a certain amount of anticipatory bemoaning the eventual return uphill. I’m happy to report that, yes, the uphill was tough, but not as bad as I had feared. It absolutely helps to have a camera around one’s neck so that one can pause and say: “Wow, look at that rock-tree-bird-moss-lichen-flower-view-whatever...” which allows one to gracefully catch one’s breath while snapping photographs!