Cozy Moose on Moosehead Lake
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April 15, 2010 - Moosehead Lake Ice Out - This is the second earliest on record. The trees buds are opening, the lupines, wildflowers are emerging, daffidols and tulips are up, the song birds are singing, and the loons have returned to Moosehead Lake.
The black flies have started to hatch, the moose are coming out of the woods, and the …
Name: Kreg Ettenger
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... have to have a teeshirt that says Moosehead Lake maybe the only thing I see with Moose on it. Driving down roads covered with fog is a little dangerous but Steve is now obsessed with finding me Moose.
Maybe in the next couple of days we will see them and this will all go by the wayside.
Oh by the way we make the turn to head back west and to see friends and relatives along the way. We will get there sometime.
... been the quest for a few weeks now and there have been no sightings.
When arriving in the area the fog had started to settle in and it had started to rain. I have a feeling this is going to be the forecast for the next few days. Oh well we have not been know to let the weather keep us from exploring. Off to find the sites ...
We left Bethel and followed the Androscoggin River - a beautiful canoeing river, up to Rumford - an industrial town. We thern went through Coos Canyon and noticed windmills along the way on the tops of some of the ridges. We proceedednorth on one of Maine's scenic byways to the lookout over Mooselookmeguntic Lake to the west (part of the Rangeley Lakes area). The views were beautiful even though they were not very high. We went along the ...