31 Photos - Nov 17, 2013
Photo: A beautiful sunset filled the western horizon
shortly after our arrivalPhoto: "I used TO THINK I COULD UNDERSTAND Time."Photo: Photo: View across Penobscot Bay to the Camden Hills.Photo: Photo: The developing sunset.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Brush piles growing on the next acre and a half we are recovering for wild blueberry production.Photo: Photo: Columbus Day and all the trees still have some green leaves.Photo: One of the largest piles of brush ready for burning -- we'll wait until we have a good snow cover before we light these up.Photo: Back again in November for more cutting -- it's deer season, hence the day glow orange.Photo: 10 days into November and the leaves are gone.Photo: Photo: Too thin for Christmas trees, too large to transplant -- into the burn pile they go.Photo: Almost ready for burning -- still a bit of cleanup to do.Photo: Photo: Penobscot Bay and the Camden Hills in the distance.Photo: We were running out of time, so we cut this area without doing the clean up -- we'll come back in a few weeks and drag it all to the burn piles.Photo: Photo: Arriving back in the Boston area to an interesting sunset.