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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O

    And here's one of my favorite spots on the NH coast....

    Extreme southern NH??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman
    Extreme southern NH??????
    Near Portsborough, on the way Hampstead. You know, down the road from East Greenston. Like I said, on the coast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O
    Near Portsborough, on the way Hampstead. You know, down the road from East Greenston. Like I said, on the coast.
    looks like a beautiful day. No need to go to the Bahama's with a day like that.
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    Default Butterflies!!







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    Val's butterflies inspired me to go find this one:



    Back a few steps for the backdrop (Stonington Harbor, CT)



    Now that everyone has me thinking of summer I can start thinking about July in Maine (Pemequid Point in this one)



    Which now has Jake dreaming too...



    Then thoughts turn to Franconia Ridge and our upcoming July hike



    And August in Acadia (I still can't decide which I love more - Maine or New Hampshire)



    Bar Harbor from Cadillac at sunrise



    Hard to beat anywhere that the mountains meet the ocean




    Man, can't wait for summer to be here now. Thanks for kicking off this thread Patrick and giving us all something new to dream about!
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    Then of course ski season starts for real.



    Swan on a pond in NC mountains



    And the flowers come out at The Biltmore Estate

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    Here are some summertime flowers in Conway.







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    A Bradford Pear tree the other day - not in NH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    A Bradford Pear tree the other day - not in NH.
    Looks like Spring has arrived somewhere anyway. Won't be long in New England now. Had a flock of about 50 robins show up in our back yard at the end of last week. Always a good sign!
    Mark

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    Wash your spirit clean. - John Muir


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