Narrows Too RV Resort
(The next several posts will be based on my general recollections
so there won’t be any details. It’s actually August 21 as I type this.)
We all went on a bike ride on the Carriage Trails in Acadia. Bill and Nancy put Pam’s bike in the back of their Tahoe along with theirs. They then put Tricia and Dan’s bike rack on the hitch. Tricia and Dan rode with us and Pam. We all made it to the Visitor’s Center parking lot just fine. The toughest part of the bike ride was the first half mile because it was so steep. We all had to push our bikes a bit to get to a more level trail.
Pedal Power! Pam, Gin and Syl taking a break
These Carriage Trails are a great way to see Acadia. Rockefeller worked closely with the construction crew with the design and engineering of the roads and the 17 bridges throughout the park. He wanted to keep cars away from this beautiful land as much as possible. We took a break at one of those bridges and admired the work first hand.
After the bike ride, we rode to the Loop Road and found a place along the rocks overlooking the ocean to enjoy a picnic lunch. The views are absolutely stunning! The photos do not do it justice!
Thanks for dropping by and enjoy each day of your life’s journey by finding beauty in the ordinary.