Leaving the mainland and heading northwest to the Olympic Peninsula isn’t a big deal at all. But after a few miles on the Olympic loop drive, it starts to feel as if you’re stepping back in time about 30 years. The Peninsula’s Route 101 is 350 miles long, circling the majestic Olympic mountains
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It may not be as large as many of our country’s western National Parks, but Maine’s Acadia National Park offers plenty of diverse and beautiful scenery, a colorful history, unique towns, and villages sprinkled about and miles of hiking trails and driving loops throughout the Park.
It’s totally different from any other National Park we’ve visited – no snowy mountains, blue lakes, rushing rivers or the other types of scenery we generally associate with our National Parks. From the wild looking trees to the stacked rocks, Joshua Tree first appears as a rather forbidding world...