I love my town

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My neighbors are the helpful sort and with the whiplash weather we’ve been having lately, everyone’s been posting ice charts.

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Mainers love to test the ice, but knowing your limits is important.

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Very lucky indeed. He’s a gorgeous fellow.

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A tarp wrapped plywood circle in the woods. But look, it has a porch! What a deal.

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The owner lives two doors down and says Junior here goes wherever the belly rubs lead him.

❤️

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17 thoughts on “I love my town”

  1. What is it about yurts?!? I received an email about some get-away packages last night and the yurt package was practically the same price as staying at an actual lodge. With an actual bathroom, walls, windows, and doors. That doesn’t make any sense to me. 🤷‍♀️

    Deb

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  2. That owl’s a real hoot! Great shot.

    I’ve camped in yurts before. They’re a lot of funny. Warmer and more comfortable than a tent, and they usually have a skylight you can open and close.

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  3. We have something similar to your ice safety chart here in Florida, except it is a “wave” chart, mostly for boats. “light to choppy”, “over 2 foot swells” “4-6 foot white caps” and “A hurricane is coming fool, get your freaking boat out of the water, k?”

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