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Travel Blogs from Hancock
I was mocking the Americans about yesterday being the end of summer and today being the 1st of autumn (fall i should say). Well I mock no more. After our alarm didn't go off and we were positively flying around we made it just in time for our group photo at 8 am. Once outside the briskness of the morning hit us. It was bloody freezing. The lazy wind was going straight through us. The ...
We headed out of Boston at 8 am having to have our suitcases out our doors at 6.45! I had rained overnight but was fining up.
We travelled through Massachusetts, New Hampshire for only 15 miles and onto Maine. Our first stop was at York to see one of the few lighthouses that still has a lighthouse keeper.
In Maine the residents decorate their houses according to the season. A lot ...
... No (again looking away and reminding myself that the 1st sign of lying is that people won't look you in the eye)
Him: Do you plan to leave anything in the country?
Me: My sarcastic self almost says, "Based on their behavior, possibly the kids." Luckily as my mouth opened, my logic caught up and said, probably not a good idea and said, No, but with a smile.
Him: When will you be returning to the US?
Me: Umm....(I am not even sure what today's date is ...
... s Cabin - was just down the road? Needless to say, the 2/3 day weatherization project for this sagging, ancient house suddenly became a week-long demo/insulating project. We tore up the floorboards – which I spent nearly an entire day pulling nails out of to reuse but which ended up being thrown anyway – and put in strip supports along the joists to hold up the blueboard insulation that we cut and fitted, caulked and foamed. Finally, we laid down a plywood subflooring, ...
... water and littered with boulders, some several tons in size. Also, parallel elongated ponds and lakes and even a fjord - the only one on the east coast - are all gifts of the Pleistocene advances. (See map above.) Bedrock in evidence mainly on the coast is ancient seafloor uplifted from when we crashed into the British Isles and Africa, as well as granite & ...
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