Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

There are a number of excellent reserves along the northern Maine coast as I found out, but as I was eager to keep moving in order to ensure I had enough time in Canada before it snowed, I visited only a handful. I fully intend on visiting the rest. Bogs Brook Cove was one that I did make it to, though I didn’t hike the most famous trail. Again, I got caught up looking at rocks. As you will see, there were many varieties of basalt, granite, and sedimentary rocks in a lovely array of colors.; I found out later that the trail I didn’t take features even more variations. The uber-rugged shore here is divided by rocky headlands (which makes for great climbing) and provides clear views across the Grand Manan Channel. I had a fantastic time exploring but unfortunately most of my pictures have some cloudiness due to my lens fogging up. I believe the underwater camera is not as waterproof as claimed. Keeping that in mind, I hope you still can get a sense of the beauty of the craggy coast.

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Perched on a headland, Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Perched on a headland, Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Me climbing around after lunch, Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Me climbing around after lunch, Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine

Bogs Brook Cove Reserve, Maine