Sunday, November 2, 2008

A walk in the Maine woods

Aimee and I went for a hike with Haggis and Mary-dog up to Howe's Pond, a local beauty spot, very secluded.

Harris Mountain is the peak in the background.

Aimee always says I walk too fast, and my objective is not to enjoy the walk, but to get to the top of the hill as fast as I can.

Actually, I'm so arthritic that if I go slow, it hurts more.

Still, on this day at least we had a nice walk together.

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