Here's my blogging spot this morning.
I'm sitting at that picnic table while the kids play at the playground. We arrived Sunday afternoon after what seemed like a very long drive from home. We left Friday afternoon and stopped in Pocahontas State Park overnight. We pulled out from there around 8:30 Saturday morning driving through D.C., Baltimore and yes, even New York City! That was a bit hairy! (We've already devised a route to bypass NYC on the way home.) We made it to Manchester, CT just out side of Hartford Saturday night where we boon-docked in a Sam's Club parking lot. We got up around 6:30 a.m. and continued our trek north on I-95 and finally made it to our campground on Mt. Desert Island in Maine around 4 p.m. Sunday. When we arrived and got set up, Kelly said, (and I quote) "I can't believe we finally made it." Apparently he had some doubt we could pull our RV so far and arrive in one piece.
We set up on a site with full hookups (water, electric & sewer), but we weren't 100% satisfied with the location. So Monday, we scoped out another site near the pool, playground and laundry mat and moved the RV.
I took the kids out sight-seeing a little bit Monday afternoon. (I'll blog about Monday evening later.) It rained overnight Monday and into Tuesday so I drove into Bangor and took the kids to McDonalds and The Maine Discovery Museum.
Today is warm and sunny so we're planning a picnic on Cadillac Mountain and then some pool time here at the campground.