Notes From The Field: Photographic Advice For A Mount Desert Island, Maine, Kayak Tour

Becky And Her Kayak

Hi Everybody!  I just returned from a week’s vacation on Mount Desert Island, Maine.  I had an amazing time, despite the %$@##!! government shutdown.

Since I tend to plan my vacations around national parks so I have possible photographic and writing material for the National Parks Traveler, I wrote up an article about a sea kayak tour I took with the hopes of seeing Acadia National Park from that vantage point.

Here is the link to get to that article.

By the way, the Traveler is having a membership drive.  You should go check them out.  There are always timely articles about the national parks (by that, I mean other articles in addition to my own wonderful contributions – grin) and a number of agencies have ads for discounts, etc on this site.  Might help you plan your own trip to a national park (when the shutdown ends, that is – or, at least to a national park in Utah, where state funds are paying for the parks’ maintenance).

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