First and foremost, thanks to everyone for their very kind comments regarding my “Canadian Summer Series.” There is nothing so gratifying to one who loves writing and photography than for someone to say “You took me there.” Every last one of your comments were a welcome companion as I charted my solo course through unfamiliar territory.
On a recent visit to the local Chinese Food take out joint, I received an amusing question in my fortune cookie Continue reading
So here I sit at another border altogether, trying to figure out how to catch the blog up to “real time.” Yes, it’s behind, but I was determined to finish all the posts I had started while meandering through Mexico. To those readers who stuck with me through two months of making Mexican memories, I thank you.
And now, I’m knocking on the door of our northern neighbor, Canada, knowing that as soon as I cross the border into the “Land of Marginal Internet,” the blog is going to be behind again. Continue reading
It’s not all about hiking at Acadia. Even the most avid of hikers needs a break occasionally to shift the nurturing from the soul to that of the soles!
Nice flat ride along Eagle Lake
My favorite way to air out the hiking boots is to rent a bike for the day and ride Acadia’s carriage roads,45 miles of broken-stone roads built between 1913 and 1940 as a gift from John D. Rockefeller Jr. Continue reading
My absolute favorite thing to do in Acadia National Park is hike the over 150 miles of hiking trails. There are so many choices!
Typical intersection of multiple hiking trails
- A 2.75 lb Hard Shell Delight!
Did you ever give any thought to your “death row meal?” What would you request as your “special meal” on your last day just prior to execution? Continue reading
View from “Great Head” hiking trail
In as much as San Miguel de Allende in Mexico feels like my “home away from home,” it has mostly been a winter destination for me, celebrating Thanksgiving or New Years with family there in years past. But as for a favorite summer destination, Acadia National Park could certainly qualify as “my summer home.” Continue reading