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April 19, 2008

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thislittlepiggy

LOVE the pictures! My favorite is Ms.D and her reflection. Beautiful.

I do see the buds, have no idea what a Maine Mackerel is, don't trust stuffed lizards around my chin, and wouldn't step foot in a pottery shop being run by a dog named Butch. I don't care HOW friendly he is.

Enjoy the rest of your visit!

Heather Young

I love reading these posts--great photos too.

kim

Seems like a wonderful trip. The pottery shop o trust is fascinating to me. I've been to farm stands like that but never stores.

Noble Pig

Nice pics but I am so intrigued by that pottery shop with the note. How great is that to be that trusting. I love it.

Nona Hyytinen

Now who, pray tell, is Olan Mills? Or am I really embarrassing myself by asking? I love the views of your kitchen and your harbors, and, yes, your abandoned pottery shops...It's so funny now. In the various art magazines I've subscribed to, I see paintings of Rockport Quarry (There is one, I think? Don't we pass a quarry on our way down the penninsula to St. George?) and Monheghan Island and am excited to have been there.

Mommylion

Wow, what a great time. I love your library, wow what a great place. I love the pic of Ms. D standing on the sundial/compass thing. I bet it was hard to see them go!

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