Another treasure hidden in the Finger Lakes region is Letchworth State Park. We camped here for the night and went out the next morning re-energized and ready to explore this park. There are sections of a long, winding road where you can pull off to the side and walk to the edges of cliffs that drop off to a river. The view is insanely vast and the air is fresh and dewy in the early morning. A lot of the mist stems from the enormous waterfall that I had to take panoramics of just to fit it all in one photo. It was like Maid of the Mist without the boat ride and a ton of people cramped together. Actually I saw more deer than I did people the entire time we were there. I am not really sure what it was, but I had never felt so alive and energetic after a night of camping before. Letchworth was so peaceful, yet it made me want to run around and climb on the rocks and laugh at the sky like a giddy idiot. It was just one of those moments that made me beyond happy to be able to travel and experience as much of life as I can.
P.S. If you are reading this then I am currently in the Caribbean and will be back next week. My lovely sister will be uploading the last of my road trip photos as I will have limited access to the internet. You can follow me in real time via my Snapchat (rarrdinosaur) or Instagram.