Below is a culmination of shots taken over the past few weeks. Temperatures have warmed and snow is an after-thought. Short-sleeves are rather comfortable in the evenings and the ice fishing gear is packed in the back of the closet. My first winter in Southern Maine has been a good one.
Now folks, it's time to dig out the tent and sleeping bags, hit a country road and find spots to set up camp. It's officially spring and I'm looking forward to spending quality time outdoors. I'll be sure to share my prime adventures.
Camp // The sun shines strongly on a leaf. It slowly melts into the ice.
Weekend activities include trips to the rifle range and late season fishing trips.
Reading helps pass any Sunday afternoon // A pink "sinker" used to test water depth on my plaid shirt.
Unfortunately, ice begins melting quickly near a spring hole. This gentleman is sinking.
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