Bog Brook Cove Hike
Day three of my homecation involved a mother-daughter hike to Bog Brook Cove in Cutler, Maine. The hike out to the coast took us through a variety of terrains – fir forest, oak forest, and birch forest before we finally made it to the coast.
We parked ourselves on the rocky beach and watched the seals, startled by our appearance, slide into the water. They swam around, bobbing up every now and again taking a peak to see if we were still there. Sea gulls soared overhead while fishing boats cruised in the distance. We didn’t see another person the entire hike. It was a most wonderful day.
Hannah has requested a change of pace for tomorrow – a slower pace!
Passing through Cutler Harbor on the way to the hike
Out of the woods – finally!
Our first view of the beach at Bog Brook Cove
Checking out the rocky beach
20+ seals sunning on the rocks
Two seals on the rocks
A forlorn seal wishing we would move on
Hannah on the rocky beach
Bobbing seals keeping their eyes on us
Mother and daughter self portrait
Best sight of the day – the parking lot at the end of the hike!
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