Back from the brink!

14 07 2015

It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for me, dear readers. We crammed a lot of vacation into a short span. After a stint in northern New Hampshire camping, we headed to the easternmost point in the United States, to hike the fogbound coast in Lubec and Cutler Maine, Way Downeast, as the region is known. We even briefly set foot in Canada, on Campobello Island, summer home of the FD Roosevelts. Now, it’s back to the grindstone for a few weeks before we take off again for two weeks in central Maine. I have to bank these memories for the dark days of winter when my teaching job consumes almost every hour, bleeding into evenings and weekends. Ah, summer. Here are a couple of gratuitous photos from the end of the (American) world. Next post, back to business. And dead shearwaters.

Backpacking on the Cutler Preserved Lands.

Backpacking on the Cutler Preserved Lands.

Scrabbling on the shores of Campobello.

Scrabbling on the shores of Campobello.

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