Like I said, Acadia National Park is one of the most beautiful places on this Earth! My friend, Alison, raved about this place and gave us tips on where to go and what to do while we were there. Thank you, Alison!
There are mountains, hills, cliffs, ocean, fresh water glacial ponds and lakes, hiking paths, beaches and plenty more, I'm sure!
Thunder Hole: This was the most people we saw all weekend.
Bryan and I went camping this weekend and it was great! If you know me, you know how much I dislike being without running water, a bathroom, a shower, air conditioning, heating. And the bugs-- oh the bugs... you get the idea. But I have recently seen the beauty in the idea of bonding with the great outdoors. I can do this camping thing. Not only can I do it... I DID do it!
We went to Acadia National Park in Maine. It's on the upper east coast and is truly one of the most beautiful places I've ever been! If ever you have a reason to visit the Northeast, Acadia should be on your short list!
Yes, we were only gone for one night and two days. Yes, we could have survived indefinitely on the items in our car.
Here's our site at Acadia!
Bryan put his boy scout skills to work!
And I put my Pinterest resources to work! This is seriously the best fire starter! Dryer lent stuffed into a toilet paper roll. It was amazing how well it worked.
We borrowed this tent from Derek and Tiffanie (since we weren't sure we should be investing in camping gear until we were sure I could survive one weekend).
I'm an interior designer working in property development in Boston. Bryan, my sweet husband, is working on his PhD in architecture. We have been married for ten years now, and he's truly my best friend and the love of my life! This is my story of it all.