Saturday, November 6, 2010

Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor Maine

This was definitely my favorite stop, thus far. Amazingly beautiful! We actually left the motor home and the dogs at my parents' house and took a car up to Maine. We stayed in this little duplex cottage, complete with very tiny television and standard coffee maker.

Bar Harbor, or as the locals call it "Bah Habah," is extremely touristy, especially when the leaves start to change colors. But, getting to see Acadia National Park is totally worth braving the leaf peepers, plus the people watching is excellent. We spent three days at the park and went into the little downtown area a few nights. We were pretty much surrounded by lobster and cruise ship passengers. We attempted to go to a whale museum, but it turned out to be a gift shop with a few whale models that were probably purchased from Michael's or Hobby Lobby. I took a ton of photos, but I tried to narrow it down. If you ever get the opportunity to go, take full advantage. I highly recommend it!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

We're not dead.

We're still alive, I've just been really slacking. I've got tons of pictures and stuff to post, I don't even know where to start. I guess the next place we were at was Hope Gallery in New Haven, CT. Really awesome shop, super nice people. Extra thanks to Joe and his wife for being so hospitable. Jeff did a bunch of really cool tattoos there:
This one was done on a super fast tattooer named Ed, He works out of 12 Tattoos in Groton, CT.
Jeff added this to the bling watch he did on Siobhan's leg a while back. She's a really cool lady and the best optician I know. 
This was done on Liz, the piercer at 12 Tattoos in Groton, Ct.
And the last one was done on another tattooer at 12 Tattoos, Mason.
Thanks to everyone @ Hope Gallery and everyone who came out and got tattooed. We had a really fun time and plan to return next year.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Stone Mountain State Park


After Asheville we decided to camp at a random park for a day, and then head to Stone Mountain State Park for a couple of days. It was definitely one of my favorite stops so far. I'm just going to post a bunch of pictures instead of typing about how great it was. Here's a few from the first park:

The rest are from Stone Mountain: