We caught the Chevy at last weeks' swap meet in Arundel ME. Today: have just arrived at our home on the Blue Hill Peninsula. When we left a week ago snow was still thigh deep but after a week of balmy 60s and bit of rain it has shrunk: there's 80% bare ground. The smell of ground means Spring is here and irrevocable. Now we have to get out on the water somehow. SCOUT wont be ready to launch for another 6 weeks. The payback for Maine winter is Maine spring, especially right now, when everything is bare, just starting to show green, the sky is full of light, and the frogs are peeping in the ponds. New moon or near tonight and I noticed coming over the bridge at Blue Hill Falls that low tide was exceptionally
Hey, Alex Emond caught one of these wagons in Banff last year.