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The Nose Knows

It never fails to amaze me how truly touching each and every spirit interaction can be. I am very grateful to have been part of this one.

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How To Make A Latex Mold - Part 4

This is the final video in this 4 part series on how to make a latex mold. In part 4 we are going to make a plaster base that will hold our latex mold when we pour new casts. Be sure to check out parts 1 – 3 first.

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Off The Beaten Path

Imagine walking in the woods looking for Tupperware using expensive satellites…otherwise known as geocaching…and tripping, most literally, over a tombstone. That is what happened to us a few years ago off the Eastern Trail near Portland.

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How To Make A Latex Mold-Part 3

Part 3 is here, Applying the latex. We are finally ready to take our cast of the Lynx prints and begin to apply the liquid latex until we have enough layers to give us a sturdy mold to make reproductions.

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How To Make a Latex Mold-Part 2

This is the second step to making our latex mold to reproduce the Lynx track we made casts of. In this part we will prepare the cast to accept the latex.

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Cemetery Musings: Strange Dates

While walking through old cemeteries, or even new ones, I am always interested in the dates. How old was the person when they died? What time period did they live in? One day I stumbled upon a date that baffled me.

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Cemetery Musings: Coins

Have you ever noticed, when walking through a cemetery, that people often leave tokens on the headstones of their loved ones? The items vary and include photos, letters, toys, trinkets, statues, stones and coins. After a little research I found a reason, besides personal ones, for one of the items…coins.

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Happy New Year

It is now the year 2013 and 2012 is just a memory, but what a great memory it is. Maine Ghost Hunters Meet Up group went to 11 locations throughout 3 states traveling over 2000 miles to explore cemeteries, historical sites, hiking trails with hideouts for murderers and haunted woods. We even searched for the allusive Bigfoot. There were some really great moments in 2012.

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Cemetery Musings: Pet Cemetery

A musing is defined in the dictionary as “a product of contemplation; a thought”. As I wander through cemeteries, I am often thinking about the stones above the ground and the individuals that lie beneath. Why that epitaph, that symbol, that style of writing? These are just some of the “cemetery musings” that cross my mind.

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Pet Cemetery

When we have a little free time Teresa and I tend to jump in the truck and go out looking for cemeteries. It’s not often that you get a 45 degree sunny day in December so we took full advantage of the day and visited 3 cemeteries. We never knew these cemeteries were there even though I have driven by them thousands of times. The Last stop of the day was a Pet cemetery one of only two in Maine that I could find that was made for pets only. It was a great experience so I wanted to share it with all of you.

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