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... 3) finding photo opportunities she likes and posting her best photos on Facebook and getting feedback from friends. I am looking forward to Jackson Hole (Grand Tetons), Sylvan Lake in the Black Hills and other images and opportunities that we stumble upon.
Dolly's last day at Hannaford Brothers was Thursday. She has been training in the "Scan File" department for about 3 weeks which is quite a change from about 8 years in the ...
Dixie and I went on yet another adventure to the Town of Owls Head, Maine capturing the true heart of this Coastal Community. Lobster. We learned that the Lobstermen of these parts pull out there Lobster traps and buoys just before winter because of the harsh weather conditions consistently staying in the teens and well into the negative temperatures. Most Lobstermen pull up these traps by hand hence why its absolutely understandable why they are all stacked on this ...
With the temp in the 20s all day we are READY to get going. Still getting things loaded in the RV and have scheduled eye doctor and dentist visits to be as sure as we can be that we are healthy and ready for several months 'out of Dodge'.
Our 2006 Navion H is ready to go, all systems are go and we have a place for everything we will be bringing.
... bridge. To our surprise we find out it is called Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory. We took the elevator up 42 stories. OH, OH, MY Gosh!!!! At the top you are in AWE. You have a breathtaking 360 degree view and are 420 feet up in the air. All I can say "God, you are so Great". During our tour we learned that this is the only bridge observatory in North America and the tallest ...
... Harbor, with a view of Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park. Absolutely gorgeous!
There's a small memorial tower you can climb, which makes the views even more stunning by expanding it to 360 degrees. Perhaps local poet Edna St. Vincent Millay's words are best, from her poem Renascence:
All I could see from where I stood
Was three long mountains and a wood;
I turned and looked another way,
And saw three islands in a bay.