Monthly Archives: June 2010

Ready for the Fourth

Monday, June 28, 2010 Well, we didn’t get the flag flying again today but not because the pole isn’t up.  Thanks to Jim Bennett, all went well yesterday and the pole us back in place and freshly painted.  Today, however, … Continue reading

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The Hook on the Rock

Sunday, June 27, 2010 I’ve always wondered why there was an iron hook, kind of like a bent railroad tie, embedded in the top of the boulder just south of the front of the house.  It was good Jim came … Continue reading

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Matthew’s Wish

Saturday, June 26, 2010 Our first official overnight guests through the Friends of Seguin Lighthouse arrived yesterday afternoon after I’d spent most of the day mowing grass.  (I’ve never seen grass grow so fast!)  Make a Wish Foundation had arranged … Continue reading

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Bird Relations

France went down to the cove late in the day yesterday while I was finishing up the last post.  It took a little longer than I thought and I didn’t know if I’d even find her there by the time … Continue reading

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Repairing the Flagpole

Thursday June 24, 2010 Watching the video is a little unnerving.  However, Scott Morrison sent some of the shots he’d promised of the hatching gulls he discovered on the Cobblestone Beach Trail so he probably isn’t preparing any legal action.  … Continue reading

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The Day Wasn’t Over

Just when you think nothing else could go wrong…  Two lovely couples arrived with Ethan to watch the sunset, who are camping in Popham, and are Mainers.  The e-mail I had to send when they left to the head of … Continue reading

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Sudden Squall

It came on suddenly and you could see the squall line and the storm approaching.  A white band that seemed to encircle the island led the dark clouds, which passed over, followed by the rain, lightning and thunder claps.  Jamie … Continue reading

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