We woke up to a rather foggy morning today with a very tiny bit of fresh snow on the ground. We drove to the Schoodic Peninsula to visit the only part of Acadia National Park on the mainland. There was quite a bit of fog but also some nice blue sky. A nice bonus was seeing a number of birds including multiple Bald Eagles! Afterwards, we headed back to Portland, Maine via the scenic route on US-1, stopping to visit a few sights along the way.Continue reading “Acadia National Park, Day 4”
This morning started out with some light snow with large puffy flakes. Things were looking good! We visited a few spots in Acadia National Park and did two short hikes. Unfortunately, the snow stopped pretty quickly and it started raining in the afternoon. We ended up just checking out a few more spots along the road on the way back.Continue reading “Acadia National Park, Day 3”
We spent our second day in Acadia National Park today, spending most of our time hiking around Jordan Pond. As the weather was good and the sun was out, we started out on the coast to see the difference compared to yesterday when it was dark and rainy. Later in the day, after finishing at Jordan Pond, we visited some other ponds and lakes in the park before calling it a day.Continue reading “Acadia National Park, Day 2”
We headed right into Acadia National Park this morning, focusing on the area directly south of Bar Harbor. Many of the park roads are closed due to the winter season but all the coastline spots are easily visited by either driving or hiking. We ended up visiting many coastal locations from Schooner Head down to Otter Point. It was a dark, wet, and gloomy day today and the appearance of our photos reflect that!Continue reading “Acadia National Park”
We took quite a few videos at Yellowstone National Park during our visit last month, mostly of thermal features that we found interesting in one way or another. We have finally compiled them into a simple video!