October 17, 2017

Predicting The Future

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When It’s Winter Up in Maine…..

You better think it over twice….or maybe three or four times.

And you better have some of this stocked up ahead of time. Bwahahaha

 

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Global Warming That Causes Deep Snows and Bitter Cold

Hey! Want to buy a bridge? I own one in New York City.

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Alaska Big Snowfall

Perhaps deepest snowfall of the season for the Anchorage region – about 4 inches. Knik River region, Alaska.

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Photo by Al Remington

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Watch Out For Moose and Deer

ST. JOHN VALLEY, Maine – Wildlife including deer and moose are beginning to make an appearance on northern snowmobile trails, according to a Feb. 25 snowmobile trail report issued by Caribou Parks and Recreation Department.

Read more: St. John Valley Times – Deer and moose appearing on snowmobile trails

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But, There’s No Snow!

Mid-February, 2015 in Anchorage, Alaska and only a trace of snow.

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Photo by Al Remington

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Snowy But Picturesque Mooselookmeguntic Lake

From “Height of the Land” this exquisite photo depicts a snowy and cold Mooselookmeguntic Lake in the Rangeley Lakes Region. Photo by Gary M. Inman.

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Photo by Gary M. Inman

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Deer Season in Northeast Ends on Tough Note

“The early arrival of winter has certainly made for an interesting end to big game seasons. The snow caused deer to yard up already in some areas, and guys I have talked to have seen very little movement over the past couple of weeks.”<<<Read More>>>
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Tied Down and Waiting

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Photo by Al Remington

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Old Fashioned Maine Winter

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Photo by Gary Inman

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