I spent the last 10 days of July traversing Maine on a professional project, grabbing moments with the gorgeous landscape and great people. Some of the places were familiar to me from my college years, and years since exploring, but I explored so much new about the state, and so much more I want to return to explore more!Read More
Squirrel Island in Maine is one of those rare time capsules which remains outside time, allowing us all to relive our childhood golden moments again and again, as the next generation experiences them for the first time. Devoid of cars or reliable cell service, life slows to a walk and all things reconnect.Read More
When a road appears passable on google maps only half of the day, and is "subject to extreme tidal conditions," meaning underwater, you have to drop everything and head to this road!
So Mia and I headed straight for the road to Minister’s Island, in Saint Andrews by the Sea, New Brunswick. She was far less excited than I was by driving out into the Bay of Fundy, but by this point had gotten into the spirit of the trip fully. As 90’s baby in an 80’s Mercedes came on the radio, we rumbled out across the cobbles of the “road” and enjoyed the otherworldly aspect of a road which is underwater and then not.Read More