11 Nov 2009 Sunset Series (clouds sunrise+sunset sky trees ). Photo by hartfordwxman
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11 Nov 2009 Sunset Series

Uploaded by: hartfordwxman

Wednesday November 11, 2009

Hartford, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

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hartfordwxman

I live in the foothills of rural western Maine. It's heavily forested and sparsely populated with small farms and orchards. It's a rugged and beautiful area as most of the state is. I live in an old restored farmhouse on 15 acres. The land has not been in agriculture use for over 30 years now and much of it has reverted back to forest. I keep a small 6+/- acre pasture cleared as a habitat for wildlife that require open grass-lands or border (open/forest) land. I appreciate and enjoy the outdoors and working my land.

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