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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 spent the 4th of July eating raw tuna, hot dogs, BBQ ribs, teriyaki chicken, jello jigglers, 100 different kinds of weird salads, cheap beer, expensive beer, and something cheesy and lighting the sky in a several-hour-long competition for the most bad-ass firemasters… My uncle owns a classic farmhouse well north of Seattle, one of the original farms in the area, and we congregated there for a night of explosions and camping. Taking one look at the massive pile of fireworks in the yard, my brother said skeptically, “Are we really going to set ALL of those off?”
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Little did he know…
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One of the amateur rocketmen told me, while listening to whistles and pops and booms and bangs all around us, “Sounds like Vietnam!” He then grinned at me, lopsidedly. “And I would know… I was there!”

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To see the rest of our photos from the night of spectacular fireworks at my uncle’s annual 4th of July party, visit our Flickr site.

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