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Sep 7, 2013 - Good Friends and an Irish Pub

We left Queensbury to head east toward Maine, not really sure how far we would get, but hoping to get close enough to meet up with our motorhoming friends Faye & Steve Clark who were in Maine. They workamp every summer in Prince Edward Island and were on their way back to visit their kids in Rutland, VT; we managed to make it to Maine in spite of driving through the rain most of the way and pulled into the campground near them around 5 pm – just in time for cocktail hour at their favorite neighborhood Irish pub in Moody Beach, ME. We had a...

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Jul 28, 2011 - Moody Beach, Maine

4 1/2 hour drive to Moody Beach, Maine - stayed here in late Maine, nice park with lots of trees. It feels good to be in this type of setting - staying until Sunday, the 31st to get caught up on laundry, etc. Chatted with Kathleen this a.m. on the phone - it was nice to catch up. Fri., July 29 - overcast & threat of rain all day - but somewhat humid - then rained on us all night! Weird weather (again) Sat., July 30 - woke up to sunshine with 87degrees expected!!! We only have 30amp hookup so don't want to run the AC while running washer &...

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May 20, 2011 - Sad news today

We got the news today that Betty Brown Eyman lost her battle with cancer this morning. It is a big loss for so many, the feelings of love I have are so hard to describe Betty was in my life since I was 15 years old – I am now 57+. Betty was my “other mother”. Who I am today I owe allot to Betty. There was a time when she would have been my ”mother-in-law/sister in law” - - when that possibility changed she still continued to welcome me as part of her family and welcomed my husband and family into her heart. When my daughter, Kathleen, was...

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Sep 9, 2007 - On Our Way to Maine

Sunday, September 9, 2007. Moody Beach Campground, Wells, ME Driving to Maine Tom got up early this morning and got ready. Jonathan and I had bunked in the back bedroom so we could sleep later but boy when you hear that diesel engine start underneath you, you wake up whether you want to our not! Jonathan jumped right up out of bed and started asking if there was anything we needed to move or put away before the RV started moving. I wasn't quite that fast but by the time Tom was at the dump station and pulling away again, we were both...

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