I Love The View From Up Here

These are just a few of the reasons why we love it here.

August 19, 2012

The view on the way into Kingfield.  To the left in the background you can see all the way to  the mountains in Rangely.  This is my view on the way to work everyday.  The mountains look different every single day.


The little village of Kingfield

August 7, 2012


July 3, 2012

Farmington’s idea of graffiti.

July 1, 2012

I finally figured out how to get down onto the rocks in my river.

June 24, 2012

The view from the scenic overlook between Skowhegan and Solon on Route 201

May 22, 2012  On our quick trip to town this morning we saw this guy in the bog.  A moose!  Always bring your camera with you!

Can you see him peeking out of the woods?

A Shaggy Hemlock tree on the fiddle head flats.  May 6, 2012.

April 29, 2012  A ride around the block in Lexinton.

Doesn’t it look so bleak?  Like the DeathEaters from Harry Potter probably swirl around the bridge.  I think if you squint really hard you can see them gathered there on the top.

The view from my bridge a few days ago.  I love the river that flows in front of my house.  I love the way that it looks.  Everyday it is different.  And I can’t wait until it is warm enough to have the windows open in the spring, because I love how loud it is inside my house.

The view from the base of Ira Mountain.

Looking up Gilman Stream towards Sugarloaf Mountain.Ug’s little cabin in about half way between those two gold trees on the left.  This is taken from the bridge.

Gilman Stream, same general direction as the above pic.  This is taken from Ug’s shoreline.

This is where I pick blueberries in Salem.

This is our swimming hole.  Down a logging road in the woods.

The Ledges


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