>Acadia National Park by Bike

>Since I am in Bar Harbor today, and trying to keep this blog up to date, I will show you our bike tour last week through Acadia National Park.

The tour was offered especially for the crew, through the crew office. Most of the crew on the tour were musicians and casino workers. The ones with the most time. It’s always a party when the musicians and casino are involved.

I cracked up at the blue school bus we all piled into. Crew tours always feel like a highschool trip anyways.

We were biking on old carriage roads built by Rockefeller himself. See the jagged rocks? Rockefeller himself ordered these rocks to be cut to line the carriage roads, however they were cut too straight for his liking and had to get someone to make them more jagged and rustic.
Now they are affectionately called Rockefeller’s Teeth.

These dead trees are the result of Beaver activity. Damn…

I wonder if this is also Beaver activity.

I liked this sign. Who calls them Autos anyways?

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5 Responses to >Acadia National Park by Bike

  1. Goofball says:

    >ah beautiful…. we were there last year, but didn’t get to do a bike tour. Lovely pictures!

  2. Shammickite says:

    >Gorgeous colours! Doncha love the autumn leaves???It was a glorious sunny and warm weekend here, blue blue sky showing off the fall colours, absolutely perfect!

  3. Ginnie says:

    >You saw much more of the park than we did when we were on our cruise a few years back, Stacey, but at least we can say we were there! And that Bar Harbor is something else. Totally idyllic!! Your photos really do this place justice!

  4. Anonymous says:

    >Hey Stacey,if my computer doesn’t lie: Happy Birthday!You are living your exact 11.000 day today!I send you the birthday-present by email, I hope you got it!Peter (still behind the yellow church …)

  5. >Wow – now I would have loved to see those awesome Autumn colors! That is so beautiful! Hopefully I’ll be venturing out far enough soon to really get some glimpse from my camera too!

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