Another look at the first half of the NFCT in Maine

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Hi Becca and Jess…still grateful you shared your campsite on a stormy night
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Paul and Janie Hartman by the Maine guideboat on display along the Oquossuc Carry Rd.
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Loved these layers of birches along the shore of Flagstaff Lake
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Rapids on Little Spencer Stream challenged my endurance
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This loon welcomed me to misty Spencer Lake…I was so grateful to see those open waters after a huge day of battling upstream
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Along Spencer Rips Rd., I saw tamarack, a conifer that loses its needles in the winter
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Spectacular Moose River scenery punctuated by many massive glacial erratics

3 thoughts on “Another look at the first half of the NFCT in Maine”

  1. I love those birches too! When you’re off the trail, maybe you can send me a high-res version of that last photo to be my desktop? Love you!

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