Leading the Way

August 27, 2010 § Leave a comment

Yesterday we stopped by the entrance to Acadia National Park in order to pick up a map so Terry could bike on the Carriage paths and know where she was going. On the map, there was a detailed description of the different types of rock that can be found in Acadia National Park and I am proud to say, as you can see from the pictures below, that I have managed to leave some skin from the backs of my hands on each of them!

Bluebird skies and fall temperatures have returned to Maine after 24 hours of rain and we took full advantage of it, returning to the Precipice to climb and enjoy the spectacular rock and scenery. -Torin Fitton

Manning a belay-rappel setup (RJ would be proud)

View from the Precipice


High on Old Town (Art send up some more small cams!)

Hands of a Cardiac Surgeon

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