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Sep 7, 2016 - Sept 5 Lincoln, New Hampshire to Fryeberg, MAINE (47 miles)

Sept 5 - 3 months today we have been on the road! Hard to believe! We have come so far and had so many wonderful experiences! It is hard to believe we have come this far even tho we are the ones who did the pedaling! An amazing story of adventure and experiences and we are so very blessed to have had the opportunity to make this journey and share it with so many wonderful friends; friends from the beginning and friends made along the way!! Thank you all for your wonderful support and good wishes and of course those prayers for our safety,...

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Oct 14, 2014 - FINALLY - an update!

DISCLAIMER: AS ALWAYS, PHOTOS FAIL TO DO JUSTICE TO THE LANDSCAPE. FOLIAGE WAS MUCH BETTER AS VIEWED IN PERSON! End of summer! Where oh where did it go? Is it just us or did it fly by??? We have been here at the Moose River Campground since Memorial Day and had planned to do a number of things. Not many got done! But we had a good summer and spent time with family and a number of friends. Unfortunately we couldn’t see everyone. We will be in St. J. until the end of October if any of you want to make a trip over! For the most part our...

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Jul 29, 2009 - Kicking Back on a Summer Day

Today was the third day that Maine has experienced high temps over 80 degrees. It was also very humid once again, so we turned on the AC early and just laid low. We finished another puzzle and listened to oldies and read. Tonight, it has cooled a bit as a new front moves our way. Rain should arrive some time around midnight. We grilled some burgers for dinner and will relax with tv or radio tonite. Tomorrow will be a travel day as we move more north. Not a very newsworthy day.

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Pretty Damn Nice!

Jul 28, 2009 - Dayton and Fryeburg, Maine

Today, I wanted to see a different side of Maine so we headed west, away from the coast. We packed a picnic lunch, turned on the fan for the kids, since it was very humid again, and headed out the door. -- As soon as you leave the coast, the scenery changes and there is lots of farm land. Unfortunately, because of all the rain Maine has had this summer, most of the corn crops don't look too well. We did see one field where the corn was starting to get silk and it may be that farmer might get to harvest a crop of corn. But that field was...

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Pretty Damn Nice!

Oct 6, 2008 - David & Margo and the Fryeburg Fair

Fall is quickly passing us by. The leaves have pretty much peaked here in the mountains of Maine. They have about another week on the coast. Last Thursday, Rick and I took a drive to the Balsams in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire. The colors were beautiful. The Balsams is a resort that has been part of New Hampshire for many, many years. Dixville Notch is known for being the first to vote on election day. The polling place is the Balsam resort and there are only 15-20 people in the precinct and they pride themselves on starting to vote one...

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