Category Archives: Acadia NP

You Gotta Go there!

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Hey, when is the last time you went to a National Park?  One near you? Or one far away?  You Gotta Go There!  We are SO lucky to have such a wonderful National park right in our own ‘back yard’ here in New England.  I just got back from being there for five days and it was just wonderful.  Of course it helps when the weather is as perfect as it was for us this time.  Perhaps one of my best visits there regarding the weather.  We had great clouds and blue sky with a dash of fog thrown in for good measure.
The ‘trick’ of course is to go early in the day.  Can you say 4am?  That’s what it took to get these two sunrises.
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But, of course it’s not just about sunrises alone at Acadia.  One of my other favorite spots in the park is Jordan Pond.  It’s a great little pond with two mountains at the opposite end with rocks in the foreground. How easy is that for a great photo? in this case I took a photo of an old tree that had fallen into the edge.
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Time for true confessions…..As I walk around Jordan Pond taking photos I have one thing on my mind…and that’s dining at the restaurant there so that I can have one of their signature desserts.  Ice cream sundae Popover.  I’m still working it off……
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But really, You Gotto Go and enjoy our National Parks!

OK, back to the treadmill…..Bob Ring

Acadia National Park

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For New Englanders: If you haven’t been to Acadia NP go!  For those from outside New England: Make the trip!  The diverse locations and subjects of this National Park are just fantastic.  From the rugged Maine coast to a small mountain for sunrises and sunsets to a sandy beach to a stand of birch trees you can’t go wrong. Oh, and I didn’t even mention the deer and all of the various birds that frequent this park.  Check it out!

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