When in Maine eat as the Mainers do

OK so I am not the biggest seafood fan. I will eat it but would prefer a good juicy steak anytime over seafood. When I recently found myself on the coast of Maine, visiting Acadia National Park I thought I better try a Maine lobster. I think I had only ever eaten lobster once before and…

Schoodic – Acadia National Park

I recently spent some time in the beautiful Acadia National Park in Maine. While in the area exploring the rugged but spectacular coastline I  thoroughly recommend you take the time to drive across to the Schoodic Peninsula section of the park. Schoodic Point should not be missed. Rocky, fun to explore and ample great views back across the water…

The rugged coastline of Acadia National Park

Walking along the ocean trail from Sand Beach to Otter Cliffs and just exploring the coast line of Acadia National Park in Maine is a wonderful way to spend the day. Stunning views abound! Just nearby the park loop road is the Schooner Head overlook. Rugged and beautiful. Take in the view and imagine living there in…

Acadia National Park – Carriage Road Stone Bridge

Within Acadia National Park in Maine there is a 45 mile / 72 kilometer series of what are known as carriage roads (dirt and gravel roads). They were constructed between 1913 to 1940 at the request of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. (1874-1960) mostly before the national park even existed. Rockefeller was a philanthropist from the famous Rockefeller family who…

Beautiful Maine

Maine, that far north-eastern state sure has a lot of beauty to offer!