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... to go south or it has something to do with the Wal-mart that was a block away.
Once we were pointed north everything went fairly well. A couple of small traffic jams in the Boston area but nothing unexpected or long lasting. In fact once we hit the Maine border I actually, for the first time in my life, enjoyed driving on I-95. The traffic was light. Everyone seemed to understand highway driving etiquette; cars wanting to do the ...
... a cloudy day. At the top we picked delicious juicy wild blueberries. From that moment on, we all kept one eye on the side of the road for more opportunities to grab these tasty little morsels. We had a good time on the tour, although our guide was not well trained on the history of the island or Mr. Rockafeller.
Tummies growling, we followed the roads toward our campground while scouting food. We stopped at ...
... hikes and this was one of them. I'm hoping we have some pictures of the "stroller friendly hike" at the end! It ended up feeling like we were Sherpas as we carried Amy, John and the all-terrain stroller Bob (this took two guys) over rock/boulder scrambles and along the winding, too narrow railroad tie path. If this was the stroller friendly hike, we've decided to skip the more strenuous ones! One fellow hiker passing us, looked at us ...
... Ada went to get a bike rack. Unfortunatley it wouldn't fit so they had to ship their bikes back and we all went to the hotel and chilled. We toasted to their acheivment with wine and ale from yellowstone park. That night we went out and got some seafood pizza, and Fran and I had blueberry pie! On Sep 1 We road all around Acadia National Park and saw Maine from the top of Cadillac Mountain. Absolutely beautiful ...