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October 2016

Without a doubt, October is my favorite month.  The colors, the light, the atmosphere, the lack of bugs , and the temperature all make for a great time outdoors.  We’ve had a very dry summer and were told by the … Continue reading

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September 2016

This September was the month of Herbie.  Herbie was the biggest American elm (Ulmus americana) in all of New England.  The tree sprouted in 1794, which was during George Washington’s second administration.  Frank Knight, the Yarmouth, ME tree warden, had … Continue reading

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A Great October

October is always a month to look forward to. The leaves turn, the asters bloom, the bugs disappear, and in Maine, the tourists leave.  The roads become less crowded, and life returns to a slower pace.  This month was not … Continue reading

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