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Monday, October 30, 2006


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Amy Boogie

If you consider yourself a Mainer - you are a Mainer :) I think someone told me once that you'd have to be at least 3rd generation Mainer to be considered native. Seems silly.


How wonderful to have four acres in one of the most beautiful places in the world. We were there this summer, and I just loved it.


In the little town where I live I have heard a joke about a comment heard at a man's funeral. When it was said in the eulogy that the man had come to the town as baby, a friend of his commented that he had always thought the man was a local! Fortunately the town is slowly changing but I still don't think I will ever be known as a "local" - we only moved here in 1991!

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  • East Holden, Maine barn studio
    A series of barn photos I've taken or been sent. Barns are magical to me - they have so much character, and provide so much for the animals and farmers.

Pre-blog FOs

  • Caleb's Icelandic
    These are photos of finished objects, knit pre-blog. Some of these date back to the early 1980's, not having knit since my mother taught me to knit a scarf at the age of six.


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