August 26 – Gulf Hagas

Every once in a while it’s nice to take a day off. And what better way to spend a day off then hiking and swimming in one of the world’s special spots. So here in our last week on the trail we decided it would be the perfect spot for our first near-trail zero-mile day. This is an area of Maine that we come to every year, so it seemed fitting to have a bunch of friends and family come join us to lounge around for the day.

Fun was had by adults and kids alike. Cakes, pastries and other rich foods were consumed en mass. The day was Dionysian (even if none of those expert revelers–the Damariscotta frisbee folk–could squeeze another day of lounging into their busy schedules).

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4 Comments on “August 26 – Gulf Hagas

  1. So sad I couldn’t make it up there for the revelry! Looks like an amazing spot, hope to get up there with you all another time!

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