Fundy National Park Fundy National Park in Canada is a couple of hours drive from St. John, New Brunswick. It is an 80 sq. mile park located on the northwestern side of the Bay of Fundy. It opened in 1950 and about 250,000 people visit annually. This national park has so much to offer its … Continue reading Fun on the Bay of Fundy
King's Square - St. John We made it to the province of New Brunswick and our first stop was the coastal town of St. John. Crossing over the border was as easy as could be. We were the only ones in the entire border control area and we were asked a few questions about our … Continue reading Oh, Canada!
Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond, and Cadillac Mountain – Acadia National Park
Schoodic Peninsula Acadia National Park is perhaps one of the most famous national parks on the East Coast. It is known for being the location of Cadillac Mountain. It is from this peak that you can view the sunrise first in the United States. This area has the highest mountains found on the East Coast. … Continue reading Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond, and Cadillac Mountain – Acadia National Park
Stuck in the Middle – Rockland, Maine
Sandwiched between the southern beaches and Acadia National Park is the area the locals call “the Middle Coast” or “the Mid-Coast.” Unlike the hustle and bustle of the other two regions, it is a bit quieter and more “laid back.” There still will be plenty of summer visitors but the less hurried vibe of Rockland … Continue reading Stuck in the Middle – Rockland, Maine
Lob-stah on a Roll
The area from Portland to the Massachusetts border is often called “The Beaches Region” because it has some long strands of sandy beaches that draw many people to play in the beautiful ocean waters. When we arrived the weather was much warmer than it had been in NY but it was still too cold to … Continue reading Lob-stah on a Roll