For the last two years, I made a visit to New England at the time of peak foliage, which made these trips a sort of tradition. It's beautiful, fairly affordable, and I need a few day long break from the city at least once every season. Petr and Marjánka, our friends from college, have moved to Maine this spring for Petr's research in genetics. Hence we could combine two great things into one, and visit them and Acadia National Park at the same time.
Government shutdown and the resulting closing of national parks made us a little worried for a while but for no reason, really. People didn't seem to notice. On the first picture, there's Petr's 6-year old daughter Svatava and Stanko. She was interested in him so much that her younger brother (coincidentally, also Standa) has become jealous. On the second one, there's Acadian foliage cliche and Svatava's younger brother on the bike. The third one - more of the incredible colors.
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