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 …
... Throughout Steinbecks travel in Maine he passed by many summer stores that were closed for the winter and he made sure to take note of those findings.Next in Maine,Steinbeck visited the upper parts where he encountered a group of canadian potato farmers who spoke french,and they all slept in a local field.Furthermore in Maine,he visited a town that was called Bangor and he said that other peoples way of acting may and will affect your own way of acting.When Steinbeck visited ...
... many mosquitos. that's the problem around here in the north woods, mosquitos. we are spoiled living in santa fe in that regard.
it was so good to see our friend julie, she is living in la now but was on the east coast for a wedding, so she drove up here to visit us and spent two nites. we both have been missing our friends so much so that helped some. .
apparently maine celebrates christmas ...
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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 ...