Month: June 2021

Foggy Day and Rilke

As I was preparing my breakfast this past Sunday morning, I decided to pull up Vermont Public Radio on my iPhone and listen to whatever programming happened to be broadcasting – really just for some background noise. I was listening to a segment called… Continue Reading “Foggy Day and Rilke”

Historic Acadia Trails

The history of the evolution of the trail system here in Acadia National Park is fascinating and I highly recommend reading a brief introduction to it here. One of my all-time favorite memorial pathways is the Beachcroft Trail. Designed by Andrew Liscomb and organized… Continue Reading “Historic Acadia Trails”

Wave Action at Little Hunter’s Beach

It was a beautiful, cool, crisp morning – perfect weather for a walk to Little Hunter’s Beach. I was armed with a fresh thermos of piping hot coffee to enjoy on the way. The tide was out but the waves were still impressive as… Continue Reading “Wave Action at Little Hunter’s Beach”

Otter Cove Blossoms

My leisurely stroll along the Otter Cove coastline the other day revealed lots of showy plants in bloom and a few inconspicuous ones that are only visible to those taking the time to look more closely. It was an eclectic group of plants –… Continue Reading “Otter Cove Blossoms”

Schoodic Bog Along the Down East Sunrise Trail

On one of my day’s off last week, with Jim visiting from Vermont, we decided to take our bikes to the mainland and explore part of the Down East Sunrise Trail. The Down East Sunrise Trail is an 87-mile rail trail that is part… Continue Reading “Schoodic Bog Along the Down East Sunrise Trail”