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A trip not taken #17

By handlerstudio  
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The main cash crop in northern Maine....potatoes. Everywhere. Also, rapeseed from which is made canola oil...all those beautiful fields of yellow flowers.

So, the latest today....he is no even admitting that if he can make the Post Office, which is mandated in the Constitution, not work, then Democrats cannot vote. He talks all the time about voter fraud....well we know what the real voter fraud is......

It is interesting, friends. If you know people who are mentally or emotionally screwed up (there is a better word...but this is sort of a family site...we all know what I am saying....and we all use it.), they tend to attribute traits to the "other" which is in fact in them.....and it is so transparent with The Tyrant...big baby that he is.....unfortunately also the president....at least for now. It is gonna get really (oops....there almost goes that word again) ugly the next months.

And I will add, with input from Joline, that I totally missed noting that the mountain in the background is Mt. Katahdin, the highest mountain in Maine, and with an unmissable profile...thought I missed it.

Peter

Tags: Rapeseed Canola Maine Landscape and travel The county The Tyrant Potaotes

Voters: Saastad, Chinga, danmcc and 22 more


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Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2020 2:16AM
Great set, love the content and the good visual from each variant Peter !!
Isabel GrinGrin
dales Plus
4 11 Australia
15 Aug 2020 3:54AM
Excellent documentation of these lovely rural views Peter
Ian
johnke Plus
7 223 16 England
15 Aug 2020 7:03AM
Thank you for all the Images Peter, so interesting, Oh and down with the Tyrant....John
Great set, (the whole world just waits in anticipation for the next idiotic comment)
Rae
dudler Plus
17 1.3k 1698 England
15 Aug 2020 12:02PM
Presidents should know better than to throw their toys out of the pram.

Maybe he needs a dose of a classic nanny. There's one on British TV reality shows who would have him permanently sat on the Naughty Step.
Joline Plus
14 30 58 United States
15 Aug 2020 1:15PM
Good shot of Mt.Katahdin in the lead. Have you ever been there when the potatoes are in bloom, it is a wonderful sight. Get everyone you know out to vote!!!!!
15 Aug 2020 1:23PM
Great set
15 Aug 2020 3:31PM
A great set of farming potatoes and canola, also an interesting description.
debu 10 India
15 Aug 2020 11:39PM
Great capture.
Debu
15 Aug 2020 11:56PM

Quote:Good shot of Mt.Katahdin in the lead. Have you ever been there when the potatoes are in bloom, it is a wonderful sight. Get everyone you know out to vote!!!!!


You are right, Joline. I did not notice, silly me, that that was Katahdin in the background. The one thing in Maine I have never done....and would still like to do, is climb Mt. Katahdin. And, no I have never seen The County when then potatoes are in bloom. Must be wonderful. Show us next time.

Peter
15 Aug 2020 11:59PM

Quote:Good shot of Mt.Katahdin in the lead. Have you ever been there when the potatoes are in bloom, it is a wonderful sight. Get everyone you know out to vote!!!!!


And you have an important election in Maine, Joline....Susan Collins.....

Peter
16 Aug 2020 1:44AM
A great set of northern Maine Peter!!
And let us pray that our current "leader" is turned into a one hit wonder!!

Glenn
18 Aug 2020 8:08PM
Some great potato growing country indeed, some great soil there I bet.....just like in PEI our smallest province where the billionaire Mcain family made their first fortune making French fries . I hope you make that climb one day Peter, I heard it is worth it Do it in the fall when it is cooler and the leaves have turned colour. Wonder what percentage of Appalachian trail trekkers climb it ?
The lead for me with Katahdin in the background.
best regards Walt

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