About us

Bubble Rock in Acadia National Park helped prove the Ice Age - illustrates about us

100-ton Bubble Rock is the profile photo for www.facebook.com/acadiaonmymind.

Dolores Kong, a former staff reporter at The Boston Globe, is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and senior vice president at Winslow, Evans & Crocker, Inc., a member of FINRA / SIPC, in Boston. Dan Ring, a journalist and former Statehouse bureau chief in Boston for the old Ottaway News Service and for The Republican, the daily newspaper for Springfield, Mass., is an operations professional at Winslow, Evans & Crocker, Inc., a member of FINRA / SIPC, in Boston.

We are co-authors of the Falcon guides “Hiking Acadia National Park” – which won the National Outdoor Book Award in the outdoor adventure guidebooks category and the gold medal in the travel guidebook category of the Independent Publisher Book Awards – and “Best Easy Day Hikes Acadia National Park.”

We are members of the “111ers of Northeastern USA,” having hiked all major peaks of the Northeast. Also view Falcon hiking books by Dolores Kong and Dan Ring at amazon.com. (NOTE: Please see sidebar about Amazon.com links.) We blog at Bangor Daily News. And we maintain a public Facebook group page about Acadia National Park hiking, www.facebook.com/groups/acadianationalpark.





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