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After the storm…Acadia National Park

02/15/2013

What happens after a Noreaster pounds Bangor with close to 20-inches of snow?

Jen and I drove the pick-up out to Acadia National Park for some awesome photos.

It took us a little over 60-minutes to reach Bar Harbor. We headed down the coast a few miles along the park Loop Road and found Sand Beach, Thunder Hole and Otter Cliff. Yes, the roads were plowed and no, there wasn’t much traffic.  We didn’t even see two dozen people the whole afternoon.

What we found along the snow-covered coastline was some draw-dropping scenery, bizarre storm after-effects and a wonderful peace and quiet not normally experienced at one of the busiest national parks in the country.

Enjoy the photos.

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5 Comments
  1. Hey Mark ! I am temporarily in Portland. check out my pictures !

  2. Chris permalink

    Mark and Jen – those are indeed “jaw-dropping”. It is so fun to hear about your adventures!

  3. John Freed permalink

    Those are great photos! Acadia is a wonderful place any time of the year.

  4. nephew nick permalink

    wow mark thats crazy i bet you dont miss minnesota that much

  5. Mary permalink

    Awesome Pictures Mark! I love the tree one…a must frame one! The pics made me miss the coast!

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