Tag Archives: Shakers

December 2019

Another year gone by. Each seems to pass a bit faster. This being my 70th, it really flew. However, it was a pretty good year and a very good month. Ever since I can remember, the Sabbathday Lake Shakers have … Continue reading

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August 2018

It’s been one hot month.  And humid.  Not your typical Maine weather.  I took my walks extra early to avoid the heat, but still got soaked by the humidity.Foggy almost every morning, and the moisture hung around all day.  It … Continue reading

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September 2017

September has gone from mid summer to instant fall this year.  Two days ago it was 90° F (32° C) and very humid, and today it’s only 58° (14°C) with possible chance of frost.  Quite a switch.   And of course … Continue reading

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August 2016

Summer in Maine is short and fast.  Three months and it’s gone,  but it’s great while it lasts.  This year has been dry, but we still had a plethora of flowers, including morning glories and black eyed Susans. Working in … Continue reading

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July 2016

There is a reason Maine is called “Vacationland.”  Summer is short but amazing.  There is so much to see and do.  The weather is mostly cooperative, we’ve only had 3 days above 90° (32°C).  For the fourth of July, we … Continue reading

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July 2015

This July was busy and eventful.  The long days of summer seem to be crammed full of things to do: the lawn, the garden, walking the dog, vacation and relaxation, workshops, visitors, lobster, gelato, berry picking, Open Houses, various projects, … Continue reading

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Keep It Real…

Yet another rant, and no pictures this time.  I don’t want to embarrass anyone. Some time ago, I visited a furniture exhibit at a woodworking school.  It was a 50/50 exhibit:  50% really nice, well built, identifiable furniture and sculpture, … Continue reading

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