Terry and I have traveled to the seaside paradise Acadia Maine in the summer season for the past 30 years. From central NH its and easy five hour drive and the rewards are so many. Each day is full of activities. We begin with early morning hikes, then always enjoy sessions of seaside crack climbing. By late afternoon a recoup session of rest and relaxation is in order. A gentle happy hour and a good meal puts the night cap on.
Our special friends Todd and Masia joined in on Mt Desert Islands summer pleasure a few years back. Now a regular event, the four of us absolutely enjoy our time together, exploring new and old places on the island.
Todd and Masia on the exciting Precipice Trail. The exposure is wild, vertical in places with many ladders and narrow walkways weaving a path to the summit.
The Precipice trail on Champlain mountain lead to a fabulous view of the sea.
This Down East Island resets the bar, refreshes the mind, and reboots the body!!!
These granite cracks and corners are a delight to us.
With high recommendations – Cafe This Way serves up a feast of fresh fish, meats, and vegetarian options – a wonderful eatery not to be missed.
Coconut chia mousse capped by fresh fruit – outstanding!!!
Terry on the narrow walkway on the Precipice trail.
Todd getting after it on the first pitch of High Plains Drifter.
Our good friend Richard, now and Island local took us on a very special early morning tour. We found ourselves summiting Cadillac mountain in the golden light.
Thanks to all for this amazing rip.