An Afternoon On Mount Desert
A forecast of mostly cloudy with only a chance of rain was all it took for us to hightail it to Mount Desert for some exploring this holiday weekend.
I wanted to photograph Bass Harbor Light. It took a little scrambling down the rocks, but the view was worth it.
Apparently, I scared Hannah when I disappeared from view as she and Paul stood on the bluff. She worked her way down the rocks to make sure I was still in one piece.
Hannah and her dad along the Ship Harbor Trail.
A family selfie after Hannah chastised me for taking a horizontal selfie. Apparently that’s not the way you do it. What do moms know?
Southwest Harbor from Seawall Road.
A fabulous view of Eagle Lake from the Blue Hill Overlook on Cadillac Mountain.
The View of Bar Harbor and a visiting cruise ship from the top of Cadillac Mountain – the highest point on the Atlantic Coast.
It was a fun way to spend a Sunday afternoon. I did, however, discover that I am totally out of shape after a long winter with too little activity!
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