We need to experience a landscape that is timeless, whose agenda moves at the pace of speciation and glaciers.
|Photo of Acadia , by my friend Ben Kimball|
To be surrounded by a singing, mating, howling commotion of other species, all of which love their lives as much as we do ours, and none of which could possibly care less about us in our place.
It reminds us that our plans are small and somewhat absurd. It reminds us why, in those cases in which our plans might influence many future generations, we ought to choose carefully.
- Barbara Kingsolver
Come visit Acadia National Park...."Where the Wild Things Are"
to reserve your spot.