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Acadia National Park's Schoodic Peninsula
August 19, 2011
Schoodic Peninsula is located in Winter Harbor, Maine and is part of Acadia National Park, although it is across the bay from the main area. The peninsula is the only portion of the park on the mainland. There is a 5.5 mile one-way section of park road that hugs the coast around the peninsula with several turnouts. Most of the shore is composed of red granite. The forest is largely pine-birch but also consists of white, red and black spruce, northern white cedar, cherry, alder, mountain ash, and a variety of maples.
sign - Acadia National Park
view from a turnout
view from a turnoout
view from a turnoout
view from a turnoout
fog in the distance
view from a turnoout
beautiful scenery even with the fog
Karen Duquette on the rocks
view from a turnoout
view from a turnoout
Lee Duquette at Acadia National Park
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moss covered rocks
Schoodic Point, at the southern tip of the peninsula, provides one of the best places to view pounding surf during rough seas. Schoodic Point is part of Acadia National Park. The two RV Gypsies spent a lot of time in this area, as you will see in the photos below - too bad it was a foggy day.
sign about the Fiery foundation at Schoodic Point
Lee Duquette at Schoodic Point
Lee Duquette at Schoodic Point
The two RV Gypsies sat here quite awhile watching the pounding surf. Many local people sat around reading books.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
the pounding surf.
Karen Duquette watching the pounding surf.
the two RV Gypses
Ancient magma flows formed this black dike at Schoodic Head.
Ancient magma flows formed this black dike at Schoodic Head.
The two RV Gypsies are intrigued by the patterns in the rocks
patterns in the rocks
patterns in the rocks
patterns in the rocks
patterns in the rocks
flowers in the rocks
the two RV Gypsies loved this rock
Lee checks out this rock
view of the fog rolling in
Due to the fog, Cadillac Mountain across the bay can barely be seen.
Schoodic Peninsula with Cadillac Mountain in background
Cadillac Mountain  in background

Who's enjoying the scenery more, Lee or the bird?

a seagull
Lee Duquette
laughing clipart dudeBelow: The pinkish rock looks like a raw turkey waiting to be cooked.
the pinkish rock looks like a turkey waiting to be cooked
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.