A glorious day on the lake, and where is Stella to be found? Well, funny you should ask. She's in a shady cove, searching tirelessly for pretty much anything her little paws happen to brush against. #alrightythen#keepbeingyou#dognamedstella
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✖️- Fort Bando Vol.2 - ✖️Island World Vol. 2 Pt. 1 out of 3 || @_Murder.Com_ TV 💀📺 || Well Hello Subscribers‼️ On this week's Islands From Above ( Thanks for voting BTW ) I went on a suicide mission to take this shot.. Full Savage Mode to cross the waters of Maine. As you scroll down on my feed you can see this place called Fort Gorges right? In that shot I was well over 5000 ft distance ( close to 1 mile ) with the drone🕹🚁, I was happy with that shot and I wanted to call it quits but I said to myself.. Nope..Not done yet and I went closer and closer.. I was losing signal and I was shitting bricks but I said to myself Savage Life Damn It Get it 🤣 .. This lookdown is Gold as I was watching it on my screen the seagulls flying on top of it .. as I was checking the voltage and percentage of the battery plus the wind speed I went back .. slowly and telling the drone " Come on you are getting closer.. Come on get back" As I see a Tiny Dot I was like yess let's go bring the Gold Back 💰. So if you want to attempt a suicide mission make sure your drone battery voltage is between 3.8v and 4.2v .. any lower than that don't even think of going pass your area of visibility because a Booboo might happen. Enjoy this week's Islands from Above as I will show you some from all Over the World🏖. If you love the story behind this leave a comment and say Hi to your boy but If you don't read shit just say "Dopeness Brah" as usual 😃.. Quadfather Out 🎤👋🏾
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A terrible loss 😖 This 1803 Federal was claimed by a fire last winter and tore through the entire interior. The home's first owner was Alexander McLellan, who belonged to one of Gorham's earliest families. McLellan used a portion of the home as a store and even a hotel at one point. #deserve2preserve
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Early morning out on the boat....been too busy to take pics the past few days...here is an old one of my favorite Lake!
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BE HERE NOW 🌊⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
What's going on around you, right here in this moment? Look up. Be aware of the present moment. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Yes, this is ironic for me to share on social media, with you reading it from the other end of a screen. But that's the point of me sharing! I love social media for the incredible connections it can facilitate although I want us all to be mindful of the moments and the relationships off the screen too. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Set your device down + dive into the present moment! ✨
Font nerds unite! 🔡 One of my favorite places to stay in Portland is the Press Hotel 🗞Clean design, comfy beds, tasty treats (check out the HH @unionportland 🍷) + lots of typography eye candy #fontnerd
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And we're back in the swamp! It's so good to be home, and so strange that D.C. finally and truly feels like home (though Maine will always be #1 for obvious reasons ^^)...Let day 2 of unpacking commence!
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moving through the week much like this sailor - don't know where I'm going, what I'm doing, what's around me, or even what day of the week it is. 😂🤷🏻♂️
The more I looked into the first keeper of Portland Head Light for some quick facts, the more interesting it got. I'll try to distill it into 2 posts, but they'll be kinda long. Soooooo, during the winter of 1790 the job of the first keeper of Portland Head Light was between Barzillai Delano of Falmouth (now Portland) and Capt Joseph Greenleaf (from Newbury, Mass.). Delano lobbied to become the keeper and was even recommended by major general during revolutionary war Benjamin Lincoln. Secretary of Treasury at the time Alexander Hamilton wrote to George Washington that despite all the strong recommendations that he's received about Delano he believes that Capt Greenleaf has the skills necessary to be more effective keeper since he's a man "conversant in nautical affairs". Greenleaf was also a captain during revolutionary war and wrote to John Adams about affairs in Boston on occasion during the war. Not saying that helped, but it definitely didn't hurt. So it was ultimately up to Washington to pick the first keeper of the northernmost lighthouse in US.