This post is going to be full of photos! We just got back from a wonderful trip to the Northeast, where we went to 3 different states. Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire are great places to visit, and we did all sorts of fun things. Today I’m going to show you guys a couple snippets of the trip.
Sadly, I didn’t get as many pictures as I’d hoped because I was very protective of my camera. For example, I rarely took it out on hikes (also because my camera bag doesn’t have a shoulder strap) because most of the hikes we did were exposed cliff. I didn’t want to lose the camera! But, thankfully, I managed to get it out enough to get some pictures. Also, we went to NH, but while we were there, I literally got 0 photos on the camera. I didn’t take it out the ENTIRE time we were there (2 days).
Part 1: Camping in Maine
We camped in Acadia National Park (NPS) in Maine, and it was great! The only bad things- no showers, and many rain showers. We stayed in Blackwoods campground for 1 1/2 days and Seawall campground for 1 1/2 days. At first we were annoyed that we had to change campgrounds, but in the end I think everyone liked it. Blackwoods and Seawall are an hour apart, so if we hadn’t changed campgrounds we wouldn’t have been able to experience the other side of the park.
My little sister saw a puppy. The picture is blurry but I’m so glad I caught her expression. BTW, wish her a happy birthday! She turns 2 on the 22nd.
A snapshot of half of our campground in Blackwoods (picture taken from the picnic table).
Sand Beach- absolutely beautiful! It’s a rare beach with sand (confusing to me, a Florida gal).
This picture captures the fog and also the rocky coast of Maine.
This rock was shaped like a heart, so we obviously had to take a picture!
The rocky half of Sand Beach.
Exploring the rocky coast.
Part 2: Massachusetts
I don’t have many pictures from Massachusetts, but I do have some from the boat to and from Georgia’s Island (you go out from Boston, it’s a must do! So historic. Also try and find a tour guide if possible- we had one and it made the trip so memorable.)
We also went to Lexington! Yet another must do if you are in the Boston area. So touristy but very historic, lol!
Hopefully you enjoyed! Sadly, I couldn’t share many of my pictures because they had my face in them :(.