Coos Canyon was not on any itinerary, in fact, it isn't even on my maps. I entered Maine on U.S. Route 2 and was heading north to Rangely Lake from Rumford on Maine 17, when I spotted a sign. Signs often persuade me to head in another direction for a while. I didn't have to detour far as the canyon sits by a rest stop on Route 17 near Byron, Maine. I am glad I stopped for a short rest.
I really enjoy seeing these wind farms sprouting up across the country. They are signs that we are beginning to get it right.
The water was wild and I have no idea what that guy in the right photo is doing down there
There were many interesting examples of the erosive effects of water
From the bridge
> Water enters the canyon from a variety of sources