Tag Archives: Acadia

July 2020

The masked man only goes out one day a week for chores, sanding, hardware, the bank, lumber yard, and shipping. The rest of the week is pretty normal. July doesn’t care whether there is a pandemic or not. We still … Continue reading

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September 2019

Fall is definitely here. September is a month of change. We had our first frost on the 19th. Ash trees are loosing their leaves, red maples are in full color, sugar maples are just starting to turn, and the lovely … Continue reading

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March 2016

Every year is different.  Winter of 2016 will be remembered as “we almost missed it,” and spring came early.  The first woodcock on March 13, the earliest I’ve observed in this part of Maine.  This, the last day of the … Continue reading

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