Maine, glorious Maine… part 2.

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It’s funny, but one of the most famous tourist attractions in my state is a sign.

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Yes, those really are the names of Maine towns and I’ve visited all of them. Didn’t even need a passport.

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I admit it, I partied heartily in many a gravel pit back in the day.

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Mud season was virtually non existent this year due to the lack of heavy snow last winter. Can’t say I really missed it.

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I used to gripe constantly about the cold, but with internal menopausal heating? Now I say bring it!

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Yes, if you visit Maine you must have your picture taken with the giant boot at L.L. Beans. And to be honest…. it’s not just for tourists.

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That’s the husband and our niece a few years back.

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We took her Christmas shopping and made her pose.

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15 thoughts on “Maine, glorious Maine… part 2.”

  1. Well, gravel pits are something we might have in common believe it or not. There use to be a couple around where I grew up and did party there in high school. Is….the….hubs…..smiling in that picture? Lol

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    1. Some day we will have to get to Maine again to visit all those exotic places. But today, wandering a back road north of Pittsburgh, PA, we came to an intersection with Mars 2 miles one way and Valencia a half dozen the others.

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      1. The very small town has a museum in a railroad car; aliens look out the windows.
        Residents of the area who wintered in Florida used to have an annual party they called the “Mars Invasion.”

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