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Monday, July 8, 2013

7/7/13 Bangor

The heat continues so we did an early two hours downtown- no deer flies to bother Kelley. We parked near the Penobscot and walked along that first to give the girl water access


We then walked through town to the Kenduskeag for more water opportunities and saw some thing along the way.

There is a small bridge in the middle of town across the Kenduskeag and attached to it are some flower boxes. This duck was settled into one of them and did not move as we approached. I hoped she was not injured but was on her eggs.







There were lots of flowers along the way











Kelley in the Kenduskeag Stream


A little further along ( close to the middle of town) from a bridge across the stream



More work by the graffiti artist who calls himself   'Pigeon' . He does his work on paper and then uses wheat paste to attach them to walls- so they are not permanent.


4 comments:

  1. I always love to see photos of Kelley enjoying her swim. Like the duck photos. And, as always, great flower shots.

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  2. Thank you Linda- she does love the water- I have a weakness for flower shots- glad you aren't tired of them

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  3. Flowers, Ducks and Swimmin' Pups..can't get any better than that!

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