We spent a weekend in July up north in Maine in the beautiful Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park area and it was just the refresher we needed. Maine was the ideal place to take the kids on short hikes and enjoy the scenery with no agenda or pressure to be anywhere else.
Day 1: We went to the Jordan Pond area, ate a delicious brunch at the Jordan Pond House restaurant, and then went on a mini hike - as much as the girls could handle at least. There were some serious hikers and bikers but we enjoyed a more leisurely walk as our girls pranced around, splashed the only bottle of water we had on each other, and of course had a great time!
Day 2: We drove on the Park Loop Road, located next to Ocean Path. We parked our car, walked around to explore the area, and climbed the rocks to get as close to the cliff as possible. We were able to sit by the water for quite sometime, soaking in the sea breeze and watching the seagulls. The views were spectacular, soul soothing even.
We couldn’t have asked for more perfect weather for our mini getaway. Low 70s both days with a light breeze - what a treat! It was so relaxing to be surrounded by nature and away from the hustle and bustle of the city for awhile. Another summer memory I was happy to share with my family - this time in the one and only Vacationland.
Cat dress: Oeuf (Also seen here)
Striped Dress: COS
Sneakers: Asics and New Balance