We’ve Been Everywhere Man! – from Gunter, TX

Borrowing from Johnny Cash’s I’ve Been Everywhere: We’ve traveled every road in this here land. We've been everywhere, man. We've been everywhere, man. Crossed the deserts bare, man. We've breathed the mountain air, man. Travel, we've had our share, man. We've been everywhere. We've been to California, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Maine. We’ve ridden 95 and … Continue reading We’ve Been Everywhere Man! – from Gunter, TX

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Hot Springs Redux – Hot Springs, AR

We’d felt sort of cheated when we were in Hot Springs in the spring. It was cold and wet, and walking around when we were last there seemed pointless and miserable. This time, we were able to stroll outside in very pleasant weather, and we toured the National Park Bathhouse Row – and in particular, … Continue reading Hot Springs Redux – Hot Springs, AR

Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park – Trenton, ME

Trenton is a bordering town to Mount Desert Island, Maine. Our reason for staying there is that it offered all the conveniences of getting in and out of Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park without actually staying on the island itself. The problem with staying nearer to the center of Mount Desert Island (“MDI”, as … Continue reading Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park – Trenton, ME

Maine’s Oldest Lighthouse – As seen from Freeport, ME

Our stop in Freeport was intended to break the trip to Bar Harbor into a smaller distances and give us an opportunity to see Maine’s most famous lighthouse on Cape Elizabeth. Portland Head Light, Maine’s oldest lighthouse, sits at the entrance to Portland Harbor. Completed in 1791 at the directive of George Washington in 1787, … Continue reading Maine’s Oldest Lighthouse – As seen from Freeport, ME