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Brett Binns
Brett of Trumbull, Ashburn and Binnshire - a smallish community on the Schoodic Peninsula in Maine
Brett of Trumbull, Ashburn and Binnshire - a smallish community on the Schoodic Peninsula in Maine
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Spring in Maine comes late

...But it's almost here. I will start getting out biking and hiking soon and its always more fun in groups. If interested, do let me know.

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Entertainment Unit/Computer Desk

Looks warn but in OK shape. Keyboard shelf pulls out and mouse shelf then pulls to side. Essentially invisible when pushed in. We used it for our stereo for years.

Free - come pick it up. Msg me if interested.
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What is the difference between a Peavey and a Cant Dog?

Or maybe you have been trying to find a Pickaroon to help handle those logs. Check this site out...

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How does Blichmann Engineering configure their three pot system? This is the system they demo on. They just posted it on FB. That looks like BK, MT and HLT, left to right to me. I wish I had a reference design when I built mine and I hope you find this helpful, or at least interesting. It looks very cool to me. I did it with one pump but I have to move my plumbing around more than they do. On the other hand, having a two pump configuration means removing a single​point of failure.
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Brown Bag Lunch Series: Conserving Vulnerable Fish & Wildlife

March 16 @ 12 – 1pm, Moore Auditorium

Join our next Brown Bag, March 16, 2017 – We are in This Together: Working Collaboratively to Conserve Maine’s Most Vulnerable Fish and Wildlife
The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and over 100 partner organizations recently revised Maine’s Wildlife Action Plan, a ten-year statewide approach to conserving Maine’s most vulnerable fish and wildlife species. Amanda Shearin will discuss which species are most at risk and some of the challenges, such as climate change and habitat fragmentation, facing these species. We also will focus on what each of us, from recreationalists to large landowners, can do to help ensure the future of Maine’s fish and wildlife.
Amanda Shearin is a Wildlife Biologist and the Habitat Outreach Coordinator at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. This program is free and open to the public. No registration required. Free and open to the public.

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US Campground Info also covers US Forest Service looks cations:

http://uscampgrounds.info/

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