Wood Watch in the Woods
This past weekend, I teamed up with JORD Wood Watch for a summer getaway to Maine to visit Acadia National Park, located on Maine’s Mount Desert Island. The Atlantic coast recreation park consists of woodland, rocky beaches and glacier scoured granite peak such as the Cadillac Mountain. With my wood watch in Acadia National Park, it feels as if all has returned to the nature.
PS: There’s a giveaway at the end of the blog post! You don’t want to miss out!
My Zebrawood & Dark Sandalwood watch features sapphire crystal glass and a deployment buckle with push buttons screw-down crown. The self-winding automatic watch accurately runs with more or less than 3 seconds of difference a day. One of the benefit of wearing a wood watch is that the material is light and breathable, rarely causing perspiration that can lead to sticking on the wrist. It is a watch suitable for all seasons.
Watch: Dover Series Zebrawood & Dard Sandal Wood by JORD Wood Watch
I have teamed up with JORD Wood Watch to offer a giveaway of a $100 gift code to use on the JORD site! There will be one lucky winner, but everyone else will receive a consolation code worth $25 at the end of the contest.
Simply fill out this form to enter the giveaway!
The giveaway will close on July 23, 2017 before I announce the winner!
What to See
Bar Harbor Town Center
Jordan Pond House
Where to Eat