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    What on earth does that thing do for a living?

    What on earth does that thing do for a living?
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    I honestly can't recognize a deer. I guess I'm...

    I honestly can't recognize a deer. I guess I'm looking at it all wrong. But a very neat story. Near as I can tell our deer just walk around rain or shine. Sleep where they are. For a deer to think...
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    Yep

    That and his ego will not allow himself to be seen as a loser. He cares about power and his ego. So he will fight, lie, cheat and destroy the country for a second term.[/QUOTE]

    ...ensuring history...
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    That and his ego will not allow himself to be...

    That and his ego will not allow himself to be seen as a loser. He cares about power and his ego. So he will fight, lie, cheat and destroy the country for a second term.
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    Sand Beach and Great Head

    The Sand Beach area of Acadia National Park is on Park Loop Road which on the map of MDA I provided in my first post is on the southeast side of the island. It’s just a bit south of Bar Harbor.
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    The Town Harbor Post 2

    It’s also common for a lobster boat to be left on the shore at high tide. Usually the boat needs some simple maintenance or cleaning. As the tide goes out the boat is high and dry for easy access....
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    The Town Harbor

    The Town Harbor (Post 1 of 2 Harbor)

    I think that we are very lucky that the town has a great little harbor. Not to small and not too big. It’s about 2 miles from the house and we go there a lot....
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    Only now did I notice my own typo. Gotta be more...

    Only now did I notice my own typo. Gotta be more careful with spellcheck.
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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion's_mane_jellyf...

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion's_mane_jellyfish

    The article is not too long.
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    Home on Frenchman Bay

    Our little section of Frenchman Bay

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    Like any house by the shore, there will be a nice though limited view of close by land outcroppings and whatever is across the bay. There are sailboats...
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    Down East Maine

    I mentioned above that travel for some is almost always to where someone else calls home.

    For me the coast of Maine is both travel and my second home. Our family lives in Massachusetts but we...
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    I just noticed that the first photo of post 3 of...

    I just noticed that the first photo of post 3 of 4 is a flight of common eiders. Not Cormorants.
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    I don't get it.

    I don't get it.
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    Post 4 of 4 22985 We discovered that there is...

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    We discovered that there is a paper wasp nest attached to the side of our house that we don't so often go on. They were busy.

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    This photo taken 24 hours later. They...
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    Post 3 of 4 22973 Schoodic still. A flight of...

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    Schoodic still. A flight of Cormorants. They do this a lot as they fly as a group along the coast.


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    At the northern most section of Eagle Lake in Acadia, butterflies...
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    Post 2 of 4 22962 At the Schoodic Section...

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    At the Schoodic Section of Acadia National Park a herring gull is wondering if I have anything for him. Feeding the wildlife is against the rules but gulls still manage to...
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    We got home from the coast of Maine yesterday....

    We got home from the coast of Maine yesterday. This will take 4 posts. I might not get to them all at once.

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    The top photo looks like a kind of moth but no...

    The top photo looks like a kind of moth but no idea what kind.
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    Travel for some is to someone else's home. We go...

    Travel for some is to someone else's home. We go to the coast of Maine, by Acadia National Park, 3 weeks a year...since 1991 and counting. I am there now posting from my Tablet connected to my...
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    22718 A green moth 22719 I expect a school...

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    A green moth

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    I expect a school of mackerel under the surface

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    Common Merganser with chick on a rock

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    I took a long weekend to Maine last weekend. A...

    I took a long weekend to Maine last weekend. A few photos that I like.

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    Common Eiders were pretty common

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    Cedar Waxwing
  22. Trump and his followers are simply putrid, ugly...

    Trump and his followers are simply putrid, ugly people.

    https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/17/politics/donald-trump-race-america-democrats/index.html
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    There are plenty of secular social services...

    There are plenty of secular social services organizations who would gladly not discriminate when performing foster and adoption services for the state. When we foster> Adopted our 3 kids we worked...
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    That's why Catholic Charities had to get out of...

    That's why Catholic Charities had to get out of the business in Massachusetts. They refused to stop discriminating so the state refused to fund them.
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    See my post above. It would not be a surprise if...

    Well, if it's private, they can do that. Sure.
    Thing is, do they get any federal money? I mean, do they contract with the state for finding foster families for kids?[/QUOTE]

    See my post above....
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