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Maine #4

By handlerstudio  
After leaving Rob's house in Philips, we headed north and east to fulfill a many years want on my visit what in Maine is known as "the County". Aroostook County, the northernmost county in Maine. It is about 20-25% of the area of the state of Maine, and less than 6% of the population. And looks very different than much of the rest of the state, I suspect that many people who are State of Mainers have never been there. There is potato farming, broccoli farming, rapeseed farming, lumbering, and away from the eastern part of the county, a whole lot of wilderness with no paved roads. Right up on the Canadian border, with the St. John's River in between. Pretty easy, it would seem, for people fleeing the US for friendlier shores of Canada. Wade across a small shallow river.

We saw this on the way, and in the tradition of being unable to avoid capturing the strange and weird, well, I could not resist.


Tags: Maine Humour and fun Aroostook County truck on roof

Voters: taggart, mogobiker, Spkr51 and 24 more


taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
7 May 2019 2:06AM
HI Peter---Cool sighting!

and Maine is wonderful!

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Spkr51 3 United States
7 May 2019 5:54AM
Excellent shot ***** SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
prabhusinha 12 5 5 India
7 May 2019 6:25AM
Lovely idea of restoration
sawsengee Plus
13 6 28 Malaysia
7 May 2019 6:32AM
how original.......sure eye catcher! Smile
7 May 2019 9:38AM
Lovely and fun idea, and a fine shot too Smile

Arne Smile
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 161 16 United Kingdom
7 May 2019 9:45AM
A great capture PeterSmileSmile

Tooma Plus
3 2.0k 2 Scotland
7 May 2019 11:13AM
Strange and weird it is, but if it stopped you and got you out of your car, it worked. Smile
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
7 May 2019 1:09PM
Look good at a truckers cafe Peter.
Joline Plus
13 30 56 United States
7 May 2019 3:05PM
You were only 32 miles away from my home.
This interesting restaurant opened in 2010 after the Pelletier family was featured on the TV show American Logger (which by the way, did tell the story of big logging in Maine very accurately.) It was very popular with both the locals and the tourists.
Sadly it closed in 2015 due to the ongoing decline of the Millinocket area.
Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
18 May 2019 1:17AM
One fascinating clever way to embellish a building !! I like it !!
Isabel GrinGrin

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