Lynn and Jane picked us up for breakfast this morning then it was on to Acadia National Park. We drove the Schoodic Peninsula.
We drove the 6-mile, one-way loop road. It's a two lane road with lots of turnouts. The views were amazing.
We went on a short hike on the Anvil Trail then drove on to Schoodic point.
Mark, Lynn, and Jane
At the Point we spent a while taking pictures and watching the waves.
Immature Bald Eagle
[Geologist call the bands of black rock “dikes.” Magma (molten rock) from deep below the Earth’s crust pushed up and intruded into the granite bedrock, then cooled to form these dark vertical planes of diabase. Some dikes on the peninsula measure over 150 feet wide.]
We were lucky enough to see a few Bottlenose Dolphins!