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Trying to stay positive the day after diagnosis.

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For those of you who don't know, my husband was diagnosed today (yesterday now) with an aggressive form of cancer that at best will leave him with physical challenges for the rest of his life. We're exploring our options at the moment, but he could really use some good juju from everybody right now.

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Enjoying a quiet evening in our apartment.

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The schooner unwrapping has begun!

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Even though Mainers don't seem to appreciate thoroughbred racing, I have my Derby hat on and my mint julep at the ready. It's post time at the Kentucky Derby!

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Art Walking in Rockland, Maine.

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The first sail boats have arrived in Rockland Harbor!

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Trying out the new restaurant in town, Comida.

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Welcome back to Maine.

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Saying goodbye to the view from our house in St. Lucia.

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View from the top: Looking out over St. Lucia from the top of Gros Piton.

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Sunset at Sugar Beach.

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Looking out over Gros Islet and Rodney Bay from Pigeon Island.

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St. Lucia. A proper Champagne Thursday.

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Holy shit you guys, bare ground! That's a big deal this year...

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Lamps at sunrise.

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Yes, please.

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It might look like a pretty Spring day, but at 15 degrees with a windchill of -5, it's really not.

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Needed to take a trip to Augusta for housewares, so we stopped into The Gin Mill, an old speakeasy, for a liquid lunch.

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Friday night calls for rummy bears! The allosaurus indicates which ones are soaking in vermouth for the gummy Roys.

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Fuel up, sir?

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Why yes, I do like my German chocolate filled with Germany brandy.

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This is what happens when I have two (very generous) glasses of wine and try to be creative.

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Bye bye Christmas tree. Until next year.

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Sunrise on Penobscot Bay. Looking out from Belfast, Maine.

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A Standard Oil oil wagon at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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Cleaning out back closets and forgotten archives. Found a stack of pre-1945 "Restricted" aircraft and air warfare magazines.

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Negatives temperatures don't deter us hardy winter folk from heading out to watch the sunrise over the sea smoke.

We took a lovely Sunday drive (how quaint!) down the peninsula to Port Clyde, a small village on the southern bit. Small as in, a fishing port and a restaurant/bar. Some nice houses full people trying to escape the bustle of the Maine coast in summertime. And at the very end, guiding boats into the protected harbors, is the Marshall Point Light Station.

Our 2nd "Forrest Gump's Run" location this year... @ Marshall Point Light Station

Marshall Point Light Station

Recognize it? You should. It’s the East Coast terminus of Forrest Gump’s cross-country run. Yes, *that* lighthouse. We found it by accident, really, driving around the back roads after having a beer at The Black Harpoon (a great fishermen’s bar, if you’re interested).