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Acadia National Park just outside of Bar Harbor, Maine is a stunningly beautiful area.  But let’s be frank (and I don’t mean hot dogs), you can only hike so much before your feet are ready to fall off.  So, we made the reasonable decision to give our feet a break and send our adventurous soles for an exploration of Acadia from above!We are always on the hunt for something unique, trilling and sometimes slightly dangerous.  And this was definitely a unique experience!  Our pilots were incredibly friendly and we had some very cool planes to choose from.  I like having options, especially when it comes to my feet leaving the ground!

July 1, 2012 – Campfire and conversationThis morning we got up early to capture some footage and shots of our campground from the water.  Jason loves to shoot by kayak these days.  I can’t say I blame him.  He gets to sit and look for pretty shots while I paddle him around.  All the fun of kayaking without any of the work!  Not that I am bitter, jealous is a better word.  We had to be out of the water by 9:30am.  With the dramatic tides here in Maine, if you don’t make it back to shore before low tide you will be slopping back in the mud.[gallery layout="lightbox" ids="3137,3138,3139"]