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Maine Living Blog Series Number 4: Topsham Parks
The town of Topsham has many parks that are nicely maintained. I spend a fair amount of time at the park at Foreside. Amelia enjoys stopping there after a trip to the library, to play on the slides and swings. What she really likes is the carefree meeting of other children as they play on the equipment. In the afternoon once school is done there are Carl Ripken baseball practices and games. Further down the field there are young children learning to play soccer decked out in shin guards and soccer shirts. The slope to the back leads to walking paths where Amelia and I have met many nice dogs with their owners. In winter the slope is a fun sledding spot.
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Maine Living Blog Series Number 4: Blueberry Barrens
Driving by the blueberry barrens on my road there are areas that look like vast burnt out fields. With all the lush greenery surrounding these areas it does look strange. Blueberry barrens are burnt off every other year to promote strong growth as well as to kill off the insects that flourish in the ground. There is a careful, controlled burn of each area. Stonewalls are often the boundaries between barrens. These burn offs are in the evening creating a magical kind of image with smoke, low orange fire, and groups of workers with rakes.
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Maine Living Blog Series Number 3: Black Flies
Black flies are the precursor to many of the birds, flowerings, and plants that only happen in May. Once I feel a swarm of black flies walking on my face I know its time to keep an eye out for those favorites. Sure enough, on Wednesday I had my dose of black flies. Since then I've seen a Baltimore oriole, three rose-breasted grosbeaks and an indigo bunting at the feeders. All three are vividly colored; the oriole being bright orange with black wings while the indigo bunting is an interesting bright blue, and the grosbeaks are black with white streaks and a red bib on the white underside. My usual assortment of backyard birds is particularly busy, many who are enjoying the suet typically don't indulge. The blue jays, cowbirds, and grackles take big chunks decimating the suet into crumbs that fall to the ground for the little birds.
Maine Living Blog Series Number 2: Ideas From The Potting Shed
This year has been one of a long, slow spring. The usual natural sequences like the grass turning green, the black flies returning, and mud season have happened, but there have been many dreary days that have kept me inside. Living in an old Cape with an attic, a potting shed, two cellars (one wet,one dry), and an ell for firewood and tools gives me lots of space to squirrel away odd collections of all sorts of items. A dark spring forces me to do the terrible kind of spring cleaning that only gets done maybe every ten years or so. This has been my year to hoe out all my caches.
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Jess and I took a morning break with our mini schnauzers to enjoy the beautiful spring weather that has finally arrived in Maine! To feel the warmth of the sunshine made my body melt with joy and happiness.
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Maine Living Blog Series
Number 1: Blinn Hill in Spring
Driving over Blinn Hill on an average day, the long gradual drop of the blueberry barrens with the panoramic view of the distant mountains is something to see. But, make it a crystal clear day-then Mt Blue rises on the right, the Ossippees spread along the middle and to the far left are the dazzling snow fields of Mt Washington which look like a mirage off in the distance. To the bare eye across the distance to New Hampshire the mountain seems magical. Consequently I drive very slowly as I approach the top of the hill each day wondering what the vista will be. When the magic mountain appears I want to gaze that way for awhile but the sight is an instant visual gratification so onward to Topsham.
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A secret message of "I LOVE YOU" woven into the fingerprint.
Romeo, oh Romeo
I LOOKED UP HIS NAME AND THIS IS WHAT I FOUND,
ROMEO MEANS LOVER AND HE’S THE BEST ONE AROUND.
HIS OBEDIANCE AND SERVICE ARE ONE OF A KIND,
SIT-STAY-AND GOOD BOY, AS HE ALWAYS MINDS.
MANY LIVES HE HAS TOUCHED, AS I’M SURE YOU KNOW,
HE’S A FAVORITE OF MINE, THAT I’LL NEVER LET GO.
THANK YOU FOR SHARING AS YOU’VE SURELY BEEN BLESSED,
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SO ALWAYS KNOW THAT EVEN IF YOU’RE APART,
THAT RODY ALWAYS HAS HIS PAW ON YOUR HEART.
Are You Looking For a Rose Gold Wedding Band or Engagement Ring?
The romantic beauty of rose gold has made it popular, but the way it sets off your skin tone is why people love it and buy it!
14k rose is made from a gold and copper alloy. The warm toned Copper gives it that beautiful pink rose color. It has become a very popular choice among brides and grooms! It looks wonderful on many skin tones! Men like it because it has a less “gold” look and is more earthy because of the copper color.
It is still a unique choice that everyone does not have.
Would you wear rose gold?
We would! We think it is just gorgeous!