Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Morning Walk in June

Its one of those perfect Maine days--blue sky, fresh breeze and clear air. Reuben and I had a lovely long walk this morning.
Lupins and Queen Anne's Lace in a field look and smell good. A phoebe caught the morning sun on a wire. Telegraph poles and electrical wires still adorn our roads. Then a flicker flew onto the top of a nearby pine tree probably for the sun and also the view. We enjoyed our own view of the sea into the rising sun. Whether that's a loon or not is known only to God.

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