I was saving this post title for when I finally got around to posting about Acadia National Park and Maine. However, it’s not often that the Muse of Post Titles not only throws me a good title, but she gives me an idea to go with it. I’m not going to look that gift horse in the mouth.
There is some truth to my post title. Prior to researching our trip, I really didn’t know much about Maine other than what I’d read in Stephen King‘s books over the years. (If you’re unfamiliar with Stephen King, he often places his stories and characters in Maine. He is from Maine, and you know what they say about writing what you know.)
M and I are home, safe and sound. It’s been a long, long day. Early rising, a three hour drive to the Portland International Jetport in Maine, waiting an hour or so at the airport, the flight (about 90 minutes — we made good time), and then the hour drive home from the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. We made a quick stop at the grocery store on the way home, and at a local pizza place. I’m too tired to cook tonight. That’s why we keep the local pizza place phone number in my cell phone. For just such travel emergencies.
M and I are heading home tomorrow. I am so glad we had the opportunity to visit and explore Acadia National Park and a little bit of Maine. I’ve had this area on my list of places to visit for years. Many thanks to the park rangers and volunteers in the park. Everyone has been friendly and extremely helpful.
It’s a rainy, foggy day here in Bar Harbor, Maine. Thank goodness we didn’t have a boat tour or anything on the water scheduled for today. It would be difficult to see anything in that thick fog.
Last year at the time, M and I were in Colorado, hiking around in Rocky Mountain National Park. The WordPress Weekly Photo challenge for this week is Mountains, making this a great time to pull out some of those mountain photos that have been languishing in the archives. Longs Peak is the only “fourteener” (summits over 14,000 feet) in Rocky Mountain National Park.