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March 2019

March is kind of a transition month in Maine. We go from deep winter to the beginning of spring in a matter of a few days or weeks. There were two snow storms at the start of the month, then … Continue reading

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November 2018

Lots of small, large, interesting, boring, significant, memorable, and best forgotten projects and events this November.   Earlier this month we took a morning off to drive to Reid State Park, where my wife was doing a photo shoot. The park … 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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January 2016

Well, 2016 is 1/12th over.  Here in Maine we’ve had a weenie winter so far.  A little snow, but nothing to write home about.  Most of the ponds and lakes have snow over a thin layer of ice, so skating … Continue reading

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