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The two RV Gypsies at
Acadia National Park's Bubble Rock
August 15, 2011

Lee Duquette at the parking lot to Bubble Rock

This hike was only 1.1 mile in length and labeled moderate due to a few steep grades. But it also had a lot of level stretches through a beautifully forested trail with trees.
the trail to Bubble Rock
Lee Duquette on the trail to Bubble Rock
The two RV Gypsies tackled the rocky trail to Bubble Rock.
Karen Duquette on the rocky trail to Bubble Rock
Lee Duquette on the rocky trail to Bubble Rock.
This is not the famous Bubble Rock, but just a big boulder encountered along the trail.
view along the trail to Bubble Rock
Karen Duquette rests at a big boulder encountered along the trail.
the trail to Bubble Rock
at the top of the trail near Bubble Rock
Bubble Rock (Balanced Rock) is a precariously balanced giant boulder that can be seen from below when driving the Loop Road. It is one of Acadia's larger erratics that were once entombed in glaciers and deposited across area as the ice melted. It weighs about 14 tons.
Bubble Rock
Bubble Rock
Lee Duquette checked out Bubble Rock
Lee Duquette checks out Bubble Rock
Lee Duquette checks out Bubble Rock
Bubble Rock
Bubble Rock and Eagle Lake

laughing clipart dudeLee Duquette tried to push Bubble Rock off its seemingly "tipsy" perch - yeah right!

Lee Duquette tries to push Bubble Rock
Lee Duquette tries to push Bubble Rock
Lee Duquette tries to push Bubble Rock
Behind Bubble Rock is Eagle Lake
Behind Bubble Rock is Eagle Lake
Behind Bubble Rock is Eagle Lake
The two RV Gypsies started back down the trail, but they were told by other hikers to check out another area a very short distance from Bubble Rock because they thought it to be the best scenery here. So they did.
the view of Jordan Pond
Karen Duquette admired the view of Jordan Pond.
Karen Duquette admires the view of Jordan Pond
Karen Duquette admires the view of Jordan Pond
Jordan Pond
Jordan Pond
The two RV Gypsies at the top of the Bubble Rock trail
The two RV Gypsies at the top of the Bubble Rock trail
The climb down from this area was pretty steep and very rocky because there was loose gravel in spots that were very slippery. There were also some large rocks and tight spaces to squeeze through. It is called the Blue Trail.
The two RV Gypsies in Maine
August 12-20, 2011
You may view the 11 sections below in any order that you choose.
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Entering Maine
Blue Hill Falls, Blue Hill, Maine
Beauty in Maine
Bubble Rock / Acadia National Park
Penobscot Narrows Bridge
Fort Knox
Thunder Hole/ Acadia National Park
Cadillac Mountain / Acadia Nat'l Park
Scenic Overlook /Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park Overlooks
Schoodic National Scenic Byway at Acadia National Park

continue on to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies After you have visited all 11 sections above - please continue on to Lubec, Maine - the easternmost town in the contiguous United States.