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Acadia National Park


Wednesday, Jul 11, 2007 from Portland, Maine

The last time I went for this long of a drive for some sight-seeing was probably back when I took a trip to Crater Lake in Oregon. However, I was sad to find out that the park was closed when I was there due to snow. Bummer. Well this time on my way to Acadia it was a beautiful day with no closures. My cousin David (one removed) is probably upset with me for not visiting as many National Parks as I could or should have. Acadia will be one of the last ones I see.

What a beautiful hot sunny day. It’s actually not what I wanted. I was hoping for a foggy and misty day, full of that nasty coastal weather. It would have made for better photos. The last few days have been rain, rain, rain. It feels like I’m back in Oregon and Washington. I love the moody weather of the Northern Pacific and Northern Atlantic coasts, some of my favorite places in the country.

Blog Date Posted: Jul 11, 2007 | 169 words | comments 0 Comments