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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

3-13-12 Sears Island

Gray day with rain forecast and it felt like we should have an easy day so we headed for Sears Island for an easy walk around the perimeter . No rain and we even got some peeps of sun, so a pretty nice day.

Of course, Kelley immediately got into the water.


And these are some of the other things we saw.































Near the end of the hike we met a nice couple with three very active and friendly dogs and this was good for Kelley. I could not manage to get them all in one picture or to get this picture in focus. The other pictures were poorer.



Turned out to be a nice hike in spite of the rain forecast and it was relaxing as well as enjoyable. 3 hours.

8 comments:

  1. I like that dog. (The other pics are very nice also :)

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  2. Thanks John- she has a lot of fans. I always appreciate your comments.

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  3. Love the photos as usual. I like the way you think. Bet your happy some or most of the snow is going. We got rain. Made me happy. Bill

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  4. Thanks for your comments Bill. Glad you are getting rain. Believe it or not we have a winter storm warning today- very light snow but...

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  5. Great shots as usual, especially the first picture of Kelly in the water.

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  6. Thanks Penobscot- she does love the water

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  7. greetings. tomorrow is my bday, and i believe i'm going to go to sears island for the day and do a similar hike. looks fantastic. enjoyed the blog!

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  8. Thanks Jake - You might want to check the tide tables as high tide leaves parts of the shore submerged. We usually do the interior first if the tide is high. And happy birthday!

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