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Where “summer could be a verb”

During the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service, this series from the New York Times highlights individual national parks. This writer visited Acadia National Park, the first national park established in the eastern part of the United States, in Maine the author’s home state—and discovered the park had become a “hole in a very rich doughnut.”


Acadia National Park: Maine’s Bright Face

By Alexander Chee

The New York Times

June 30, 2016

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