It may be foggy out, but we’re ready for an adventure on Mackinac Island. This 3.8 square mile island has a lot to offer visitors from beautiful hikes, to delicious fudge and food of all types.
We’re excited to see how an entire island can ban cars!! Except a couple emergency vehicles.
Horses, bikes, snowmobiles, or your own legs are the only means of transportation on the island.
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It’s only rock & roll… but I like it!
So put another dime in the jukebox baby, cause today we’re in Cleveland, Ohio at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame!
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Now that we’ve seen the falls from the American side, it’s time to check them out from Canada!
Continue reading “Niagara Falls Pt 2 – Oh Canada!”
Starting our day of right (at least in Canada) We’re on our way to grab a quick (and sugary) breakfast, before touring a chocolate factory.
Sounds like a pretty SWEET day! 😀
Continue reading “Oh Canada… We Do Like Your Chocolate.”
Everyone’s heard of Niagara Fall, which is why we’re making it a stop on our road trip! It’s the first time we’ve ever been here and today we’re checking out the American Side!
Continue reading “Niagara Fall Pt 1 – USA!”
Hoping to zip the longest line in the United States we’re here in upstate New York!
Unfortunately… the lifts to the top of the mountain are closed. We’ll have to settle for the Mid-Mountain tour this time around.
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Why are we at Vermont’s Only Floating Bridge!?!?
Because it’s cool, that’s why!
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Ever wonder what it takes to produce world class granite sculptures?
I hope so! — If that answer is yes, than I have one last question for you…
You ready to rock!?!?
Continue reading “Rock of Ages! (Not The Musical)”
Nestled in the hills of Vermont is a small congregation… not of people, but of dogs. Hang with us as we explore this fun and interesting dog dedicated chapel!
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Eroding over the course of 25,000 years as the North American ice sheet was melting is this granite pothole of swirling water 30 feet in diameter and 15 feet deep.
Don’t fall in!
Continue reading “The Basin at Franconia Notch State Park”
Not originally part of our plan, we’re calling an audible and driving to the Eastern point in the USA!
Tommy’s never been to Canada and since we are so close, we might as well!
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One of the first things we think of when we hear Maine is lobster!
Surprisingly, not many restaurants are serving full lobsters this time of year. Most lobster is caught and sold between May & September.
Lucky for us, located in Bar Harbor is a join called Geddy’s.
They serve lobster all year long, pull fresh from their lobster tank!
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Acadia National Park is loaded with hiking trails. Today we’ll be hiking the Bubble Rock trail.
It’s just a little over a mile long loop to see the rock and get back to the van, so nothing too strenuous.
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Ever wonder where you can view the first sunrise in the United States? Well, one location is right here in Acadia National Park!
Our plan is to wake up tomorrow around 4:00 am, so we can get to the top of Cadillac Mountain and watch the sun first break across the shores of the United States
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Located along the coast of Maine is the beautiful Acadia National Park.
We’re setting up camp and getting ready to explore a small section of this amazing coastline.
Continue reading “Acadia National Park 1: The Coast of Maine”