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... engage in conversations with hikers from all over the world, offer information on trails and possible destinations, take their photographs if they ask us, eat our picnic lunch on the summit, enjoying the dramatically stunning views of the island-studded ocean below us. And we know that we still have a pleasant hike back down the mountain, eating just-picked ripe berries along the way on whichever trails we choose to take, our work over for the day. In ...
... we landed on Mount Desert Island. We pledged to camp for three nights in Acadia, even though a rainy forecast loomed in our near future. It would be beneficial to economize for a few days, since we had gone way over our lodging budget.
We set up our Acadian camp for $20. per night, in the national park's Blackwoods Campground. Only a handful of ...
... it! I was in the same kayak as Daisy; our speed and steering was all over the place a few times. It was funny! Later in the kayaking trip we saw a bald eagle - it was amazing! I was a little disappointed not to go swimming, but hopefully we'll go tomorrow. Today was amazing, starting with our 6 1/2 mile ocean kayaking trip and ending with our delicious taco dinner! PS - at lunch, I had a SUPER weird sandwich - it was a ...
The next morning brought a slight break in the rain and the prospect of finally reaching Acadia National Park. With rain in the forecast for the evening, we were relieved to arrive to our campsite before the storms set in for the night. Being on the Maine coast we had decided that we were going to splurge one night and go out for a Lobster Dinner. Still wet and cold from the night before and seeing rain in the forecast for the evening, ...
... br> Bellies full, and lack of sleep catching up, we went back to the tent for a nap. Following asleep to the waves lapping against the shore five paces from your tent is pretty fantastic. I felt incredibly lucky for the 10 seconds I was awake.
We awoke refreshed and doubled back to visit Penobscot Narrows bridge and observatory. The bridge is a modern technical and architectural marvel. I'm not technical or architectural so I won't even attempt to explain why. I'm sure ...