Monthly Archives: June 2010

Flag Day

Monday, June 14 Today is Flag Day and we’re flying the new flag donated by Rick Mayo.  From the website on the Flag Code, this one is more proportional to the pole:  a 4 X 6 flag for a 20 … Continue reading

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Competing Lights

Saturday, June 12, 2010 My legs were not functioning this morning.  For the first time I wanted to stay in bed and sleep for as long as possible but instead I made the effort to get up.  This is a … Continue reading

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Fish Chowder

France lost her glasses.  We retraced her steps on the north trail where she was cutting grass and nothing.  We could almost hear the gulls screeching, “They’re coming back?  I swooped down for her glasses, so how’d she find her … Continue reading

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The North Trail

After some indoor cleanup scrubbing the tub and sink (that brown stain from the water will come off with enough white vinegar and elbow grease) France and I determined that we could leave the house at 10; she to whack … Continue reading

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Petrels Mackerel and Blackberries

Wish I’d gotten a picture of Ethan’s new boat Leeward and his friends and the fish, but standing in that boat you really get tossed about unless you’re holding onto something. I was too proud to crawl on my hands and knees. Continue reading

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The Ocean is Vast

On a clear day, you can see Portugal. Continue reading

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After the Storm

We haven’t had any visitors since Wednesday except for the seniors who came Friday night to watch the sunset.  There have been a couple of thunder and lightning storms and lots of fog but today it’s crystal clear. When it … Continue reading

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Seniors College Visit from Augusta

14 guests visit Seguin Island from Augusta. Continue reading

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Shore Leave

Our first shore leave, so to speak came on Wednesday, only four days since we’ve arrived.  Getting down the hill, even with the use of the tram is an ordeal; remembering everything, even harder.  All we really forgot was the … Continue reading

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