19 June 2012

Worth Several Thousand Words

Well, let's hope the adage rings true this time, because keeping up to date with my writing has suffered a little lately.

Blackbeard's real treasure: sunset over Ocracoke Island

On Jordan Pond: Lunch time at Acadia National Park

Acadia from Cadillac Mountain, highest point on the Atlantic Coast and therefore the first place in America to catch sunlight

The aptly-named Northeast Harbor

The Margaret Todd, a four-masted schooner that I sailed in (a la "What About Bob?") 

"Dr. Marvin, guess what? Ahoy, I sail, I'm a sailor, I sail!"

Climbing the Beehive...

For this view.

A candle on the water (I actually drove through Passamaquoddy, Maine.)

The Bay of Fundy has the world's largest tides--up to 50 feet at places like the famous Hopewell Flower Pot Rocks.

Farms + Ocean = Prince Edward Island

French River, PEI

Green Gables, restored based off of the book's description


Mars said...


You go some really great photos there, bwoh.

Kalen's Mommy said...

It is so spectacular, it doesn't even seem real!