There’s perhaps no better iconic fall roadtrip in the US than through New England, so when I set out for an autumn trip, I knew just where I had to go. The trip would consist of arriving in Boston and driving up the coast to Acadia National Park in Maine. I had three goals in mind: only bring one watch, only bring one camera, and take lots of photos.
It was dark and foggy as I snapped my seatbelt in the Jeep ready to take off on our New England adventure. The starting point was Boston, Massachusetts. The chilled air had both me and my husband hovering our hands over the heated air vents to warm them up. I put on our tunes and off we went, heading up Route 1A to reach our destination point for the night, York Harbor, Maine. Being that we were taking this trip in October, it felt like it wouldn’t be complete without stopping in Salem, and boy am I sure glad we did. While we didn’t do any of the haunted witch tours, we did enjoy the architecture and history of this small quaint town. Seeing women of all ages wearing witch attire strolling the leaf ridden streets in Salem was just the jump I needed to get fully into Halloween season. Looking down on the wrist was my Rolex Submariner 124060, and well…the black on black just seemed to fit in perfectly here.