This trip goes from Cincinnati, Ohio, to the Boston area, then up the New England coast all the way into Canada, then back through the Adirondacks to the Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York.
The next day we caught the tram out to Thunder Hole.
Only it wasn’t very thunderous that day.
Still, we walked all around on the rocks.
Like everyone else.
We got back on the tram and went a little further, getting off at Otter Rocks.
Didn’t see any otters, but did some more rock walking.
This guy looked comfortable.
The next place we got off the tram was at Jordan Pond.
They served meals. We weren’t really hungry, but we would have been interested in a snack and drink. But it was way too busy. So instead of standing in line we walked around the lake.
Like a lot of other people.
And more people. The park is crowded, but it’s also huge. Plenty of space to spread out.
One thing that’s good about other people is you can swap cameras. Much better than selfies.
The last stop of the day was Seal Harbor.
Another picturesque place.
This wasn’t just a tourist stop. A lot of work went on here. See all the lobster traps stacked up?
Especially at the place we were headed.
To eat a good lobster dinner.
After we stuffed ourselves, we rode back to the campground. Enough for one day.
Next Location – Acadia National Park 3