View from Deck 7 (8-30am)-Private Home
Tendering into Bar Harbor
Buoys and Lobsters Everywhere
Old Lobster Traps
Quaint Bar Harbor
Lots of Shopping In Bar Harbor Economy Depends on Tourists
View from Agamont Park
Typical Scene in Bar Harbor
Crystal Symphony Tender
Sign Entering Acadia National Park
Wildwood Stables in Acadia National Park
Horses for our "Carriage"
This Was More Like a "Buckboard"
More Horses for Another "Carriage"
Carriage Road Built Through Acadia National Park by John D Rockefeller For His Private Use
Wild Mushroom Growing on Top of Granite Wall
Individual Handcut and Placed Granite Stones Line The Road Rockefeller's Road Builders Called Them "Rockefeller's Teeth"
Numerous Fallen Trees Indicate Severe 2014-2015 Winter in The Area
Different Types of Moss Cover Granite Rocks
Carriage Road Divide
Rockefeller Had The Road Signs Put Up Because The Roads Are Circular The Sign Points in Different Directions for The Same Place Rockefeller Thought The Journey Was The Destination
From Mountains to Sea
Example of Solid Granite Wall The Carriage Roads Were Cut Through
Example of Maine Pink Granite
Loved The Design of This Tree Trunk Seen In It's Stump
More Natural Moss Growing on The Granite Wall
The Carriage Roads Were Designed With An Excellent Drainage System So That There Is Never Standing Water On The Road
Our Drive-Guide and His Horses
Private Stables for Visitors To The Area Who Bring Their Horses To Ride
One of The Original "Cottages" On The Mount Desert Island (Bar Harbor & Sea Harbor)