Photos: Day 2
Day 2 featured a hike that Alison did with two girlfriends, acquaintances of my Uncle Bert, that she met last summer. Here are some pictures from the day.
Photos: Day 3
Day 3 started with breakfast at Jordan's Restaurant, a local favorite. They feature "all things blueberry," which provide plenty of terrific breakfast options. Later in the day, Alison and I were joined by my niece Becca for a stroll along one of the carriage paths in Acadia. These carriage paths, a very popular destination at Acadia, were built between 1919 and 1931 and funded by John D. Rockefeller Jr. They represent his (very impressive) intent of keeping Mount Desert Island free from motorized vehicles. It's amazing what one can do with virtually unlimited funds.
Photos: Day 4
My stroll along the carriage path the previous day turned out much longer than I anticipated (I'll spare you that embarrassing story) and so my own Day 4 was spent entirely at our rental home, reading, resting, napping and recuperating. There are worse ways to spend a day of vacation! While I did that, Alison, Liesl and Becca went for another hike, this one with some more elevation to it and offering a significantly better view from the top. You'll find some pictures below.
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