Note - this is my second post of the day and I am still using Blogger instead of Windows Live Writer.
While in Bar Harbor, I went for a bike ride on some of the carriage roads that John D. Rockefeller Jr started in 1913. These roads are about 10 feet wide, but only walkers/runners, bikers and horses (with or without carriages) are allowed on these roads. They are hillier than I am used to since most of my bike rides are on rail trails. I ended up riding about 8 miles, with most of that on a trail that goes around Witch Hole Pond (which is supposed to be the easiest trail) and a short part of the Eagle Lake trail. I had hoped to ride more, but the hills were tougher than I thought. The following day, I could feel it! Below are pictures of the carriage road trails and views from them.
That may be too many rocks ,ferns and moss for some of you but I loved it and could not decide which pictures to post. Believe me, I have many more!!
One day, I drove up Cadillac Mountain and walked around up top for a while.
I also visited Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, where if the sign is correct a Coast Guard Family still lives in it. It was hard to get a decent picture of it. You can see the red light in the lighthouse, it was foggy that day, so I waited for the light to come on to take the picture
From Bar Harbor, I headed into Canada where I am sitting in my RV because it is extremely foggy in St. John, New Brunswick. So foggy that I got a bit wet just walking outside for a couple of minutes.