South Bubble, Acadia National Park, Maine
Here I am fooling around on a hike during my very first season on the Trail Crew at Acadia National Park in Maine. Perched atop South Bubble on Jordan Pond we find Bubble Rock, a "glacial erratic" that traveled all the way down from Canada on a glacier during the last Ice Age. At that particular time, Acadia was buried under 8,000' of ice. As the glacier finally packed up its icicles and headed home, it left behind this huge boulder sitting here precariously on the edge of South Bubble. This photo was done for the benefit of Lisa and our friends Roger and Maria, who joined Lisa and me in a put-up shot of us trying to move the huge boulder that was blocking the maintenance road down to the Emerald Bay Boat Camp on beautiful Lake Tahoe.