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Travel Blogs from Cherryfield
... but after looking at the map I've lost my desire to go that far out of the way. I think I'm beginning to get a bit travel weary. In a couple of days we'll be heading west. We still have a lot to see and many adventures ahead, but there is something inside that wants to get back home. Agh! I just got one of those pesky Mosquitos. I'm going back inside. Until tomorrow, ...
... that the park was closed stop them from enjoying their vacations. We thought the closure was going to ruin our trip, but ended up only adding to the experience. Being a smaller National Park, most people spend most of their time driving around the perimeter of Acadia. Instead of fighting traffic and spending the day worried about finding a parking spot people were forced out of their cars and given a topic of mutual distaste to bond and converse ...
... harbor front,
Coming into the town of Bar Harbor we followed the signs for the Acadia National Park Visitor’s Center. While Barb was in line for information, I called the campground and found out that they had one campsite left…first come, first serve. I pulled Barb out of line and we made a quick trip to Blackwoods Campground. Lucky, lucky…no one beat us to the site. We were placed in the middle of the full camp, but everyone was well behaved ...
... Scared to investigate, imagining a bear prowling around our tents, we waited until morning to inspect the carnage: all our food had been eaten during the night by raccoons. The few members of the group who'd mananged to sleep through the raccoons' ruckus (ie: the boys) were soon woken by the hysterical laughter of the girls as they surveyed the damage.
... Lots of beautiful trees. Lots of beautiful views of the Maine coast, granite cliffs, valleys and lakes. And the stone bridges and carriage trails were quaint and somehow very restful. John D. Rockefeller donated acres of parkland and was responsible for the 45 miles of broken-stone carriage roads that wind through the park. No cars allowed, but they are still ...
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