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Thursday, December 1, 2011

11/30/11 Along the Kenduskeag

Started out as a rainy day. We went downtown during a break but it started raining again and we came back home. In the afternoon it cleared up and we went to a trail along the Kenduskeag Stream that we had only done in winter after the snowmobiles had packed the snow. It's only about a mile from home.

There were burrs everywhere- I had never seen so many.

Kelley was happy to be out. I think she had resigned herself to a boring day at home. We ( Kelley first) met a bow hunter along the way and had a brief chat. I had not seen a modern bow which no longer looks like a bow but some sort of Rube Goldberg device with lots of pulleys and cords. He said it cost $800! A very pleasant late afternoon outing 1 1/2 hours


  1. Nice afternoon light on the Kenduskeag Stream. It must be nice to live so close to such sights.

  2. Thanks for commenting John. We are lucky to live among such beauty.


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