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... On a hike to the peak of Acadia Mountain, we joined forces with a guy from New Jersey. We spent the hike laughing about the fact that thousands of people were simultaneously breaking a Federal Mandate by entering the closed park. We learned that there were only 5 park rangers tasked with managing all of the people who had decided to enter Acadia.
Feeling empowered and energized we decided to wake up the next morning and catch the ...
... and breathtaking scenery located off a road known as Loop Road. You can see some of the most amazing views when you drive along Maine's coastline. They offer some sights you can't get anywhere else. We went to dinner at Lompoc, they provide a menu of different cuisines from Greek to Italian. We were all hungry after the long, grueling day that we ordered a bunch of food and split. When we wee done, we went back to our cabin and turned in for the ...
... so we were fascinated by that! It was by far the best day off at camp and we all seemed to have a great time :-) Today, we continued with rehearsals for the play and painting scenery. We painted the back of the flats black so that they can be used to conceal things backstage (an innovative idea born from not being able to go buy some black bed sheets to make curtains :-p) Bring on post camp :-p ...
... for the afternoon low tide so that we could walk on the sand bar out to Bar Island and explore the tidal pools. After that we had an early dinner at Gaylns a local restaurant where Christa and I got the small lobster special for $16 (what a deal) After dinner we headed down to Thunder Hole to try to catch it at high tide. We had a bit of time to kill so we decided to check out The BeeHive trail. We hiked up a bit then some guys came down and ...
... 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.
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