Since we're ahead of schedule at the campground, we got Friday off, so Phil and I headed off to Acadia National Park. It lives up to the hype, and we've only just begun to explore. Boy oh boy.
We took a leisurely drive on Park Loop Drive, spending quite a bit of time at a stop called Thunder Hole. We got away from the crowd (I don't even want to think of what that place is like in the summer since it was already pretty busy) and sat on some rocks and watched the ocean for awhile. Ahhhhh.
We didn't do Cadillac Mountain yet, but we'll be going back soon. And from what I've read, the western side of the park is less populated in the peak season, so we'll save that side of it for then. We may even have to rent some bikes and ride on the carriage roads where no cars are allowed.
On a side note, I finally got to see a drone in real life. Our boss was using his the other day to take some overhead pictures of some trees that he needed to have some diseased trees cut down. It's neat technology, but kinda scary too. I know there's no privacy expectations anymore, but yee gads, those things could be dangerous.
Tomorrow it's back to work, hauling out all the trees that got chopped down over the weekend. Maybe I'll have some muscle tone soon.
Next stop...Bangor, Maine.