Acadia

The Memories begin

Acadia Park brings back pleasant memories. I first think about going with my dad to see and hear the Thunder Hole. Then we would ride up to the top of Cadilac Mountain to see the panoramic ocean views of Frenchman’s Bay. The MountainĀ  is the highest on the entire Atlantic Coastline. There is a lot more to see at Acadia Park. More physical activity is required. Are you now getting excited to climb to see the Bubble Rock, the Beehive or the Precipice? This is where the physical activity kick in.

Imagine that you are right there, listening.

In the words of Martha Stewart

Although a relative newcomer to Mount Desert Island, my house is on the edge of Acadia National Park. I have become totally enamored of everything the place has to offer: the park, the woods, the moss, the sea, the
granite cliffs and outcroppings. Recently we celebrated the 100th anniversary of Acadia. Roads originally constructed by John D.
Rockefeller Jr. in the early 1900s, these rustic, car-free pathways
meander through the woodlands, offering scenic vistas of the
landscape. Decades ago, they suffered neglect, but they are now maintained beautifully, thanks to a joint private-public partnership between the Friends of Acadia and the National Park Service.

Frenchmen’s Bay