When I am writing I often am absent minded. I put my pants on inside out and was to work before I noticed. The joys of being an author!😬
Near Bar Harbor is another ecotourism location that is well traveled. Do not expect to be alone much in this park. It is well worth the crowds and is set up to allow for ease of travel by their two lane one way loop. We found this park two days while we were in Maine. … Continue reading Down East Maine: Acadia National Park
Our whole trip danced us in and out of the U.S./Canadian border. So naturally right across the bridge from where we stayed in Maine was a place called Roosevelt Campobello International Park. It was the boyhood summer home of FDR and his family. He often returned to it throughout his life and during his … Continue reading Campobello – Canada
There's a quality of life in Maine which is this singular and unique. I think it's absolutely a world onto itself. - Jamie Wyeth Silence of spotty service had me seeking out a WiFi cafe. I leave you with just a taste of posts to come. - Bee
1. Is there a real speed limit? About 15 minutes after we crossed the bridge from Saulte St. Marie we had a serious confusion on our hands. It wasn't how to change the newer cars from the US to metric system. That was fixed quickly for the speed limits. The confusion was we were … Continue reading 5 Silly American Questions for Canada
My first stop in the trip involves horses and carriages, fudge, and the best coffee. There is plenty to see and do on an island only 8.2 miles in diameter. Biking, hiking, and horse back riding to name a few. This time around we also tried the nightlife. This island is small, quaint, and calm. … Continue reading Mackinac Island
For the next 11 days I will be blogging the journey of a bucket list discovery. Welcome and come along while I explore Michigan to Maine and back again.