The road trip continued in Maine, where we visited Bar Harbor. You may have heard of Bar Harbor, but I will give you a little more background: it is a wealthy town on the Atlantic by the way of Mt. Desert (pronounced 'dessert') island, also home to Acadia National Park. Acadia turns 100 years old this year, and is 47,000 square acres and includes the tallest mountain on the U.S. East Coast. Made into a national monument by Woodrow Wilson in 1916 (Congress didn't want it to be a national park), the Rockfellers helped to finance it's maintenance and the carriage roads that now run through it.
I'll leave you with a few of my many pictures. Check the captions below for names and labels, so you know where to go when you visit. However, my best advice is to drive through and stop whenever you see a view or trail that calls to you.