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... heat. Well heck, we did it, but we don’t want to go back down that way, NO! So we choose to return on an alternate hiking route labeled “Razorback”. Casey freely admits that this is her brilliant plan and we can do this. So, what if it’s another RED trail, it’s all downhill from here, right? NO problem.
PROBLEM! At least on the trail going up the mountain someone had the decency to design, construct, and ...
It has been four years since I have taken a solo travel adventure. In 2010 I drove from Southwest harbor ME to San Francisco CA taking the month of February to visit with friends , family and to experience a solo drive across our country. It was a wonderful adventure and one I am so glad I did but four years later, I'm ready for a different challenge. A lot changes in four years. My children are older, more established, being challenged in their individual ways and ...
... and on the shores of Frenchman Bay. It has the charm of a small fishing village. When we crossed the Trenton Bridge onto Mount Desert Island, I didn't realize we had left the mainland.
Early Tuesday morning we started our walk at Village Green. Two large Cruise lines had docked in the harbor with about 4,000 tourist converging on the little harbor (made for a lot of excitement).
... different to the kayaks we used on the Saco river last week. These have two separate compartments to sit in and with the skirt, you are completely enclosed in it. They also have a rudder which makes steering a lot easier, operated by foot pedals in the back compartment.
We all piled into the mini bus and before long we were at Seal Cove on the south west of the island. It was a perfect day, clear blue skies and a calm sea. I slid ...
... that promised stunning views for little effort. It was a sharp mile to the top and could be made into a 3 mile loop back along the coast path so seemed perfect. The boys were quickly in rock monkey heaven as the trail to the top was up a granite rock path, enough variety to keep the boys entertained.
The views from the top were stunning, over to cadillac mountain and we could see a queue of people waiting to go up the ladders on ...