Here are some photos taken from the top of Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park, the highest point on the Atlantic Coast of the US and the first place touched by the sun each day in our country.
On this trip we've been on the top three times to watch the sunset. In past trips, we've also watched the sun come up and seen the stars late at night.
As sunset draws near, we've found that you have to find a spot where you can see the horizon -- so you can see the sun go down -- and then stick to that spot with a degree of firmness. And if you look around, you see determined looking people standing in little bunches on rocks with horizon views with their camera on the ready. It's well worth the effort.
Husband Bob and I have been travelling around in a travel trailer for the past 16 years. We're now in our fourth camper (just right!) and have added four cats to our crew. We have traveled approximately 160,000 miles over these years and have seen every state but Alaska and North Dakota, some several times, and we've also visited Canada many, many times from the Maritime provinces to the far western coast. During the month-long trip we just returned from, we traveled to the eastern part of Newfoundland and also spent a week in Nova Scotia. We'd traveled up the western coast of Newfoundlan... full info