Wednesday, November 4, 2009

High on Beech Mountain


This morning we took a hike up to the fire tower on top of Beech Mtn. in Acadia National Park.





Although sunny, it was a bit brisk and blustery with the late autumn winds during our ascent to the top. From where I stood to admire this scene, it almost looked like a painting to me, rather than real life.


Huffing and puffing, we're almost there.





Hey, wait up Henri!




You can see such a great distance from the top, that without the benefit of a panoramic camera, this picture just doesn't do it justice.





Here's the view from level 1 of the fire tower which was the highest level that was open.




This is on the way back down.



Close to the bottom, we met a couple of doggies that were just heading up to the top.



We found out they were around our age (in dog years). Piece of cake!

4 comments:

Piecefulafternoon said...

Wow - what a hike! Great photos.

Kelly or Alex said...

What great pictures. I now have plans.

Jeannie said...

I love your environment! It's wonderful to explore the world, where we are. You live in a place of such stunning beauty.

Fearless Nester said...

Kelly or Alex . . . Oh good...there are a few different trails that lead there and we are going to try one of the other ones soon too! Happy hiking!