Each year Rosemary designs, creates and contributes a “bridge rug” for the Friends of Acadia annual benefit auction. She conceived of the project, to hook the seventeen stone bridges designed for Acadia National Parks carriage-road system, when looking for a way to support the FOA mission of preserving, protecting, and promoting stewardship of the outstanding natural beauty, ecological vitality, and distinctive cultural resources of Acadia National Park and surrounding communities for the inspiration and enjoyment of current and future generations. Rosemary's idea was to

visit and hook the structures in the order they were designed and built. Begun in the winter of 2004, when she and Garry hiked to Cobblestone Bridge, the first built, in 1917, Rosemary’s interpretations of the bridges are original designs created on monks cloth with 100% wool Rosemary hand dyes in her studio at Chapter Two.

Triad-Day Mountain Bridge - 2021
Triad-Day Mountain Bridge - 2021
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Stanley Brook Bridge - 2020
Stanley Brook Bridge - 2020
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Jordan Pond Road Bridge - 2019
Jordan Pond Road Bridge - 2019
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Cliffside Bridge - 2018
Cliffside Bridge - 2018
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West Branch Bridge - 2017
West Branch Bridge - 2017
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Amphitheater Bridge - 2016
Amphitheater Bridge - 2016
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Duck Brook Bridge - 2015
Duck Brook Bridge - 2015
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Eagle Lake Bridge -- 2014
Eagle Lake Bridge -- 2014
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Bubbles Pond Bridge - 2013
Bubbles Pond Bridge - 2013
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Chasm Bridge - 2012
Chasm Bridge - 2012
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Hadlock Brook Bridge - 2011
Hadlock Brook Bridge - 2011
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Deer Brook Bridge - 2010
Deer Brook Bridge - 2010
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