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Friday, November 11, 2016

November Days

Only a few weeks until Christmas and we are still enjoying quite civil temperatures, though yesterday we had a cold westerly wind.
1-DSC_0476The wind increased in force, and strewn across the grass I see the last leaves of our big maple tree.



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Our reno project upstairs is continuing with more sheetrock on the walls covering the old plaster.
1-DSC_0457                Molly still busy with watching Gobbin
Our evenings are now filled with going through boxes and boxes of pictures and old letters. I am sure you have done this too…looking at old pictures of yourself friends and family. Lots of feelings to the surface. 
My brother always had a special very funny way of writing and his letters brought tears of laughter to my eyes.
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While dark clouds were hovering along the western horizon, the sun was up this morning sending rays of light to the city of Eastport, Maine. We love that view.
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Some trees are still holding on to their leaves shining golden against a dark sky.
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So much beauty!


3 comments:

  1. That is mighty beautiul and peacefull.Always liked that area,Campebello,Eastport,Lubec.We are looking at some property in Robbinston by the water.

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    1. Robbinston, really? We get to be neighbours then. How nice. There's also lots of properties for sale on Campobello. :-)

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  2. We may consider Campobello also as we have owned property on Prince Edward Island in the past....but definitely looking forward to meeting you and perhaps a coffee on Josies Porch.

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