On a recent visit to Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park, the sun briefly peeked out from behind a rather dense cloud bank that was hugging the horizon. The warm light raked across the mountain summit for only a few minutes, before hurriedly diving back behind some more persistent clouds. Before the grey returned to envelope the scene, the rich colors of this majestic fall landscape were momentarily illuminated and highlighted. It might be tough to fully see the detail in these web-sized images, but there are two rather large cruise ships anchored in the vicinity of Bar Harbor. Perhaps you can see why I adore this mountain top and this jewel of a national park so much, and I’m not surprised that Bar Harbor and Acadia have become such chic fall cruise ship destinations, are you?