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Who has two thumbs and learned how to drive a 1914 Ford Model T today? This girl.

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Baseball and boring books about the Civil War. Two of Jonmikel's favorite things!

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Evening at the docks in Rockland, Maine.

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The view from our window is looking a little more Spring-like today!

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Event season at the Owls Head Transportation Museum is almost here!

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Obey Giant! Out and about in Portland after oncology visits for Jonmikel.

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Uninspired today. On an unrelated note, the ceiling lights in the bedroom are a 50s kind of ugly.

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With all the goings on as of late, I almost forgot to take a photo today.

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Waiting at the hospital.

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Jonmikel getting ready for surgery. :-(

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Pulley on the wing.

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Introducing: The Raven, a completely custom car built from 1950-1959.

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Admiring my 1918 Victor Victrola. Still works, if anyone wants to listen to some classic Gershwin.

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Working on my jerk chicken recipe.

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No Jimmy Buffett concert (even a virtual one from Key West) is complete without a little bit of these beauties...

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Sunset on Damariscotta Lake. Yup, still frozen.

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The boys in the shop were nice enough to let me sneak a photo during a quick break while they were working on the 1932 Cragar racer.

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Checking out the Denver - Rio Grande model trains at the Midcoast Model Festival at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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Setting up for the Midcoast Model Festival at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.

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Happy anniversary to us!

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Jonmikel then and now. Minus the shag carpeting. (Original baby photo by JM's mother)

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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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Bumpah stickahs. The crinkled bit on the left is the last remnants of our Conch Republic Flag. Time to invest in another one.

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Doin' a little pre-St. Patrick's Day snacking and run into a bar buddy with a badass stein that he picked up when he visited Closter Schlögl in Austria.

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A 1935 Stout Scarab, a concept car with swivable seats and a card table inside. The future was so bright back in the 30s.

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Here we go again! Because Maine.

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Jamming out to Red Baraat at the Farnsworth [Collective

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A 1904 steam-powered pumping engine meets a 1918 American LaFrance tractor. It's love at first sight.

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Drink Local. Live National.

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Cat Butt! I was trying to take a photo of the awesome presents Laura sent me, but Major FitzHugh decided he wanted in on the action.

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A 1933 MG L1 Continental Coupe as seen from the soft top of a 1937 MG VA.

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The Fabulous Hudson Hornet of 1951. A favorite of NASCAR fans everywhere.

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Showing Wyoming a little love today. And yes, we still have and use our Lander Bar mugs.

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Taking in some Maine Restaurant Week at Le Bar in Le Garage in Wiscasset, Maine.

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1955 Vincent Black Shadow Series C. Still gives Hunter S. Thompson a shiver...

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1933 Packard 10th Series Convertible Sedan. Sploosh.

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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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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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Oh you know, just taking the 1926 Model T snowmobile out for a spin at work. No big deal.

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Snowy day on the coast of Maine.

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Nooooooope. Not going back outside.

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Our car died, so instead of dropping in on friends in Union, we headed to The Strand (a 1920s movie theater) in downtown Rockland to watch the Superbowl (commercials).

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My job offers so many reasons to get up and get to work early... today, they ran the Model T snowmobile in the fresh snow. Only, I didn't make it to work until later. So I only saw the aftermath.

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This is what happens when you leave OHTM employees to their own devices... we end up test-driving our 1958 BMW Isetta!

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Getting the Model T Snowmobile ready to be mobile in the snow!

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Vintage Style Light Bulbs!

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We said no shenanigans, Thorndike Apartments. None. Zip. Zero. But this looks like shenanigans. WTF.

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Vintage suitcase. Wish I were on my way to Luxembourg.

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Glacier Ice Bar at Enoteca Lounge in the Samoset Resort, Rockport, Maine.

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In the mail today, I received the India vintage travel poster I custom made from one of my photos.

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Hangin' in the Crow's Nest at Cappy's Chowder House in Camden, Maine.

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Staring down a 1903 Mercedes Simplex Tourer at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.