There is no way this small sampling of pictures could in any way represent the park, but its a start..
After leaving Portland, we drove up the coast on Highway 1, this was our first potential lunch stop.
We drove into the night. Stopped at a great place called Jasper’s, then continued on into Bar Harbor. Good Morning!
Gordy and the Boats.
This is a fountain.
Half way up Cadillac mountain provided a nice view of the town below.
King of the Mountain.
Just stopping for a while to take it all in. A lot of the pictures later are from along the coastline in front of us.
This scenic drive.
Sieur De Monts Spring is the place people often associate with the birthplace of Acadia and one of the founding visionaries George Dorr.
Just a stop by a lake.
The G-man out enjoying another run in the sand.
Time to keep going.
Not a bad lunch stop. Jordan Pond. It kind of seemed fake.
Ready or not, here I come! (Buttercup is not very good at hide-and-seek but I always let her pretend that she does a really good job hiding.)
I’M THE KING OF THE WORLD!!!!
Getting better at the hide and seek.
He’d getting into a bad habit of sticking his tongue out at me.
Sunset from the top of Cadillac Mountain
We got there about an hour and half early and not only watched the sun go down but also the crowd gather and disperse.
Sunrise on Cadillac.
Sand Beach. Alone.
It was pretty amazing the amount of time we were able to spend in isolation in the park.
View from one of the hikes I ventured out on.
Overnight, the leaf season had ended.
We noticed some sea-kayakers.
His bad Habit.
Hiking into Wonder Land
This was pretty much the vibe of Wonderland.
There was much more but the camera got packed away. It was a little rainy on our last day at Acadia and we said out farewells and headed out into the night.