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.