Morning hike on the coast of Maine

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    This morning, the family and I took a hike up a hill in our town. The hill is part of a preserve and is covered with blueberry fields.

    Only 10-15 minutes to the top with a great view of the ocean.

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    Beautiful xotoxi! Thanks for sharing!
     
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    beautiful!

    looks like here! ;)
     
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    Thanks! That was the most refreshing 3 minutes I've spent at USMB in a very long time!
     
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    Just got invited to Maine-----thanks for not showing snow and mud !! :lol:
     
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    Beautiful country.
     
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    Just for you...

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    (Obviously not today)
     
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    That's beautiful! What's it like during the summer? Many mosquitos? Much rain? Is it a good place to have a summer home? Do you have many rednecks that listen to country music and date their sister?
     
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    Nice. This year it is rainier than normal.


    Fuck yes!


    This year, yes.


    Yes.


    That's the norm.
     
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    I'm a mosquito magnet. Hmmm. I'll have to think about that. One of my sons doesn't have a problem with them and my Mexican neighbor doesn't either. Strange.

    I just looked up the population statistics for Maine and it appears to be a predominantly white State. Have you ever seen a minority or do you keep them hidden? I just don't want any crosses burning in my yard, especially after I've resodded the lawn.
     

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