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Thursday, July 24, 2014

POST 1387; JULY 24, 2014; NORWAY, MAINE



We have arrived at the apex of our trek North, reaching into the range of rising mountains.  Reluctantly leaving Lake KEOKA, spent a couple hours walking the village of HARRISON, MAINE, which lies at the North End of LONG LAKE, of which we walked the Southern reaches last week.Then drove part way to the small city of NORWAY, walking the final few miles.

Will stay overnight at WALMART, Norway, walking Route 26 and 121 toward the large city of LEWISTON in the morning.

















SPIA - so far - is performing fine.  NO oil leak following the TLC from JOSH.







LONG LAKE.














HARRISON Town Docks








Please say HELLO to AL and RICH, Town of Harrison PARKS DEPARTMENT.










































 Image of the walking bridge over the Lake Feeder Stream.













LAKE PENNESSEEWASSEE, at the town of NORWAY, Maine














The soaring curved poles are intended to hold the moored boat from being pushed by strong winds into the dock./







REST AREA.




















CORN GRINDING ROCKS.






Looking toward CANADA, some 100 miles plus distant.


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My fall -  tripping on the storm drain grate - did no apparent lasting damage.  Pulled many muscles in the crotch, elbows and shoulders, all nearly healed already.

Receiving the brunt of the impact was my nose which seemed to be smashed flat into the pavement.  Some internal left nostril bleeding kept on for three days.  Beginning walking this morning, sensed some internal - behind the eyes - pressure.  May have received a bit of a concussion as am a bit unstable and blurried eye.

Will watch carefully.






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