Whitlock Mill Lighthouse along the St. Croix River, near low tide.
Amanita Muscaria at a rest stop along Route 1 near Calais.
Bald Eagle on a nesting platform at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge. A numer of these platforms set up there - I saw two in use.
Walking path in Calais along the St. Croix River. Old railroad bed that is now about a mile-long path.
View from the path.
Remnants along the river in Calais. The river is a tidal one, just a few miles from here to Passamaquoddy Bay, where tides run over 20 feet.
Border town marketing.
Calais Free Library, where I gave the final reading of the journey. This original part of the building opened on July 4, 1893. A newer addition was added in back in 1992. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Heading into Canada, a short bridge connecting Calais with St. Stephen, New Bruswick. Lines of cars like this were constant for the whole time I was in Calais.
The end of the road, border crossing.
View of our property on Wheeler Hill as I pulled into the drive. The house is behind the woods, about a third of a mile in.
Late Tuesday, after arriving home about 4 PM, I took a walk with Chapin down to our pond for a refreshing swim. Not the ocean but quite special nonetheless.
Home again, home again, always great to get home again.