Early the second morning of our late summer trip to Bar Harbor, Maine, my wife, Carol, and I drove to the top of Cadillac Mountain, the highest summit on the North Atlantic seaboard rising over 1,500 feet. Cadillac Mountain is a pink granite dome that has been planed by repeated glaciers. It is one of twenty peaks on Mount Desert Island where Bar Harbor also resides. From October through February, here the sunrise first greets the United States. This day, however, we could only see a few feet in front of us. A fog bank covered everything and left us feeling like we had been walking in a light rain. We walked the paths and read the signs but the beautiful panorama was hidden.