It Never Gets Old
The two-mile stretch of coast that is part of Acadia National park is one that I hike at least once a week. I’ve hiked it in snow, in fog, in driving rain, at sunrise, at sunset; and it never fails to soothe me. But yesterday, Sunday, was one of those “picture perfect” days to hike the Ocean Path.
BELOW: A view of which I never tire:
BELOW: Ready to start back down from Otter Cliffs:
BELOW: The remains of a seagull’s lunch
BELOW: Neptune’s Throne?
BELOW: After an hour of hiking, time to sit down and read a book