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... northward to the Shenandoah valley and Shenandoah NP, located in Virginia. We drove about 80 miles of the Skyline Drive, which covered about two-thirds of the drive. We pulled over to many, many vista points and took a short 3 mile hike, that included parts of the Appalachian Trail. Now I've hiked (or at least walked) on parts of the John Muir Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail and the Appalachian It's about 2700 miles from Key West to Acadia, Maine which is located adjacent to ...
... months indoors, being cold and having to wear layers and layers of clothes just to go get the mail, or plugging in the car to make sure it starts in the below zero mornings. I dream of living in a place that is warm year 'round, where we don't need either air conditioning or some kind of furnace or woodstove. Endless summer is what I desire, when the sun shines all day and the gentle rains come at night, where plants can grow outdoors ...
... swimming spot in the high season summer months, but there was not a soul to be seen when we got there. The beach was perfect; clean sand and clear water, and ringed by rocky, tree-topped crescents. It was utterly beautiful. I collected some sand for my sticky postcards and Laura took some gorgeous photos, before we left, passing a couple coming into the beach as we did so. Just along from Sand Beach we arrived at Thunder Hole, a small cave at the coast that makes ...
... weather was perfect....the rain held out for the day and it was a GREAT day for climbing.
The following day, the rain was coming down non-stop. It started off with a constant New England drizzle that made you question it was really raining because the droplets were so small that you couldn't feel it. Of course, looking out you could see the light misting coming down. And when you touched your hair you felt the droplets.
... incredible views of the majestic and powerful sea. We loved seeing salt water rushing through culverts into tide basins and grasses. Still and quiet, gently rising on one side and on the other as if someone had opened a spigot.
After leaving Acadia, we drove on towards Bah Haba. We noticed homes were getting larger and a little better kept, lobster traps lay stacked in piles in yards and ...