April 27, 2019 – Seawall – Maine

Yesterday Shadow, Wilma, and I Adventured to the Natural Seawall in the Southwest Harbor of Acadia National Park.  The Natural Seawall is a natural piece of granite and loose boulder rock.  There are views of Cranberry Island from this Seawall.

We had a gorgeous visit to the Natural Seawall on our last stop of the day.  I was ecstatic to see the sky FINALLY turn blue near the end of our visit.  We walked along this lovely rocky area until arriving at the large granite rock.  We stumbled through the small rocks before landing on the Seawall.  The waves were crashing against the rock creating a wonderful site, and a sound of peace.  We stayed for awhile on the rock enjoying the song of the sea.  It was such a pleasant surprise to see the sky turn blue, literally before our eyes, causing much anticipation for future Adventures.  The only disappointment of this location was that the Seawall was located right along the main road.  However we were so pleased to visit the Seawall today, a beautiful spot (Rating:  4).

 

 

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