Well, after much debate and lots of peering at TripAdvisor reviews of campsites, we have committed to spending a week this August in Maine, at Acadia National Park. We were there once before, 5 years ago (and here let me pause and weep over the pictures of my children, all 5 years younger, in that beautiful place - oh, the chubby cheeks and happy smiles of the then-non-teens!); but that, my friends, was before our questionable decision to buy a popup camper. You see, back in 2009, we indulged in the luxury of a rental cottage near Acadia; but this year? We are opting to save 800 bucks on lodgings and spend it instead on eating out.
Definitely worth a second look
In other words, I'll sleep in a trailer and share a spider-filled
bathroom with strangers if that means I DON'T have to cook on vacation.
Wise decision? Discuss.