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For a few years now, I’ve learned to sit down, shut up and listen. I do that for a bit, then I write.

Wiscasset

Wiscasset

“In 1605, Samuel de Champlain is said to have landed here and exchanged gifts with the Indians. Situated on the tidal Sheepscot River, Wiscasset was first settled in 1663. The community was abandoned during the French and Indian Wars, and the King Philip's War in 1675 and then resettled around 1730. In 1760, it was incorporated as Pownalborough after Colonial Governor Thomas Pownall. In 1802, it resumed its original Abenaki name, Wiscasset, which means "coming out from the harbor but you don't see where." - Wikipedia

Harpswell Sunrise

Harpswell Sunrise

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