Yesterday Shadow, Wilma, and I Adventured to Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park in Maine. Cadillac Mountain is at an elevation of 1530 feet, making it the highest point along the North Atlantic Seaboard.
We had a stunning Adventure to Cadillac Mountain, enjoying the scenery in the morning, and later heading back for the sunset. This was the second day we had journeyed to Cadillac Mountain as we had previously visited back in August 2015 with Shadow, Buster, and My Mom. I decided to blog again about this spectacular location as the first visit, although quite magical and misty, left us absolutely no view. This time the view was clear as can be, and absolutely breathtaking. We walked along the path, focusing on the unique landscape, and the glorious views. The path lead around, providing a perspective from many angles. At one point the path lead off toward a trail so we followed this trail away from the other guests, and at peace with the world. We found a place to sit and relish the flawless scenery. Although I was happy with many of my photographs, I really cannot describe this location in words. I do not remember ever seeing a more amazing view, and continually found myself commenting about this spot as we strolled around. I think the highlight of our weekend in Maine was Cadillac Mountain.
So we decided later to head back to Cadillac Mountain for the sunset. I had been told, and read that it was the best place to see the sunrise and sunset, so why not end the day at this sensational Mountain location. We spent about an hour at Cadillac Mountain observing this lovely sunset. We hopped around before finding the ideal rocks away from most other guests, and of course with the perfect view. I do not remember the last time I watched a sunset, nor the last time I saw something so picturesque. The sun changed from color to color before officially setting. One of the most beautiful sites I have ever seen with my two furry friends by my side. It was the perfect ending to a wonderful day in Mount Desert Island. I highly recommend you visit Cadillac Mountain, and below you can see too many photographs and videos of these memorable visits (Rating: 5).
(You can read my initial blog on Cadillac Mountain by typing “Cadillac Mountain” in the “search box”. On a mobile phone you can find this at the very bottom of the page, and on the computer you can find it to the right of the blog. You might see it in the midst of some outside advertisements.)