For the past couple of weeks, I have been traveling. I will not bore you with the hundreds of vacation photos I took except the one above.
That’s my bootprint in the sand at Acadia National Park on the coast of Maine, very near the easternmost point of the continental United States—and a long, long way from way out West where I typically hang my hat. The exact place I trod upon and took the picture is called Sand Beach. It is the only naturally occurring sand beach on the eastern seaboard north of Virginia Beach, some 800 miles—and heaven knows how many miles of coastline—away.
Been there. Done that. Didn’t get the t-shirt.