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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, ...
... miles. The summit was packed with people. From space it probably resembled an ant hill with hundreds of people milling around everywhere. I had never seen this many people at the top of Cadillac in all my years going to the park, a fact dad would repeat numerous times throughout the day as the rest of the park was equally packed with hundreds of improvised parking spots along the entire park loop road including the Jordan Pond, ...
... 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 ...
... road, and drive to the Canadian border and find a hotel on the American side. At this point we are looking at arriving in Calias, ME about 12:30 am.
Keep in mind that I am beyond exhausted. At this point Lauren is long asleep, Cam is dozing off and so Meg joins me in the front seat on 'keep the driver awake' patrol. The only signs of life we saw on our backroad midnight journey is a few other lost souls about every 20 miles or so. The roads are dark, ...
Leaving Western New York, our goal was to make our next camp in South Hampton, New Hampshire. To do that, we had to get through the remainder of New York state and across Massachusetts in a hurry (we would linger longer in these areas later on). To accomplish this, we discovered the horror/beauty of the turnpike.
If you don't know (as we didn't), a turnpike is basically a huge tolled interstate highway. When you get on, they give you a ticket, and based ...
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