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To the bar!

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The SPAD XIIIc.i. I love it because it's just so ostentatious.

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Closed for winter break.

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Icing on the window.

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Bottling our questionable IPA with these ragamuffin bottles...

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Caught the ferry on its way out of Rockland Harbor. The sunset was gorgeous, but I didn't have my Scaling-Snow-Bank shoes on, so I just peeked above.

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Oil truck to the rescue!

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Stanley Steamer! At the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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Where to next?

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Picked this baby up in Toledo, Spain, a few years ago. A classic.

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Inappropriate apostrophe placement aside, it's hard to argue with that kind of sentiment. Especially on National Margarita Day.

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Jet engine. Because Museum! At the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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Yesterday's (OK, I posted a day late, but I TOOK it yesterdya!) museum excitement included launching homemade hot air balloons. Because Museum! At the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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Tchotchkes from friends!

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Glamour shots with hot models!

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Laissez les bons temps rouler, y'all!

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The last stop on our blizzardly-truncated NH final brewery lap.. we'll get the last few next time around!

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Impending snow doom in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

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Going behind the scenes at Stoneface Brewing Company. I may or may not have been allowed back there.

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Guess what I'm having for dinner!

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Hey, look what arrived just in time for my swing dance lessons tonight!

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The 1895 Harris-Corliss tandem compound steam engine at the Owls Head Transportation Museum getting ready to face the day. Yes, it works.

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Enjoying the early morning quiet at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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What's another 8" of snow on top of the other 50" we've gotten since January 29? Bring it on, winter.

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After dealing with grad school crap most of the weekend, tonight calls for mojitos and Jimmy Buffett.

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Toboggan! At the U.S. National Toboggan Championships in Camden, Maine.

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Who wants to go faster?

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Snowed-in Sunset on my way home from work. Fifth snowstorm in 10 days. Because Maine!

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Winter in Maine. The Way life should be.

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Snow day!

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Wine? Check. Pad Thai? Check. Archer? Check. Warm socks? Check. Major FitzHugh? Check. Husband? Check. Ready for Snowpocalypse Maine.

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But why not Zoidbeer? Stopping for a pint at Hop Alley Brew Pub in Alpharetta, Georgia.

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Exploring the Georgia Mountains. Did you know that there are actually breweries in rural Georgia?!?!

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Rain Golf Carting Rampage Selfie... and bonus Muppet face.

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Stopping to pay homage at St. Mary's Steeple in Athens, Georgia, the location of the very first R.E.M. performance back on April 5, 1980.

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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.

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The first thing I accomplished in 2015 was this Edward Gorey puzzle that I got for Christmas. Not a bad start.

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A 1955 Jaguar XK140 for my in laws. And a chrome-painted 1913 Stevens-Duryea Tourer for good measure.

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Drinking beer while brewing beer. We're tackling VandalEyes PA, a recipe direct from Wil Wheaton himself.

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Antique bicycles in storage at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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A cold, foggy day at Maine Eastern Railroad.

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A 1925 Harley Davidson Model JD at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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The low here in Rockland, Maine, on January 7/8 was -9 F. So there's that.