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Our first day in Maine was spent
at Baxter State Park. Our son,
Jeffrey, drove us over 100 miles to
this big 200,000-acre wilderness.
There were many campsites and
trails throughout the park. We saw
many trucks hauling logs as a
number of paper companies are
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After eating a picnic lunch, we
walked to a large pond where we
were lucky enough to see three
large moose eating grass from the
bottom of the pond. They sub
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almost a minute before coming up
to chew. Then we drove to try our
hand at fishing in the West
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their names qp usual such as:
Passadumdeag, and Wytopitlock.
We had to walk over a split log
pathway to a grassy pond. The
walking was treacherous as it was
over a swamp. I managed to catch
my foot on a tree root and sprawled
flat without breaking myself or my
fishing pole. When we finally got to
the pond, we had a big pile of logs
to clamber over to reach the water.
The men caught a few small ones
but had to throw them back and I
didn’t get any. The highlight was
when Jeffrey fell in with a tyg
splash. I should have had my
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river and we got three nice small
mouth bass which we ate for lunch.
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In the afternoon we drove to Bar
Harbor and Acadia National Park.
It was our first glimpse of the rock
bound coast of Maine. We walked
around the summit of Mt. Cadillac
and it was very windy.
In the evening we had a lobster
meal. We weren’t too impressed as
after paying a big price, we then
had to work to crack the shell and
dig out the morsels of white meat.
But, a visit to New England
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We enjoyed seeing the campus of
the University of Maine where our
son is a professor. However, when
we got to his house and got a phone
call from our other son, Philip, we
were surprised. He had driven
from Chicago to visit us and we
were in Maine!
Next week I’ll write about our
Lyng has appointed 27
members to serve on the
National Potato Board
for terms ending Feb.
Charles Brader, a
marketing official with
Marketing Service, said
the board administers
national research and
promotion program for
monitors the program
and reviews its budget,
plans and projects.
Each state that
produces potatoes is
entitled to one member
on the board and one
additional member for
each five million hun
dredweight of annual
potato production above
the first five million,
New members are:
Alabama - Earl Jack
Colorado - Ronald
Peterson, Monte Vista;
Florida - Thomas R.
Lee, Hastings; Idaho -
Don McFarland, Eden,
Delmar H. Raybould,
Rexburg, Carl F.
Reynolds, Boise, and
Curtis L. Stoddard,
Grace; Illinois - Jerald
Hoekstra, St. Anne;
Maine - Malcolm E.
Brown, Mapleton, and
Neil F. Crane, East
Corinth; Michigan -
James E. Shoemaker,
Minnesota - Herbert
R. Brand, Hollandale;
Oklahoma - Randolph
Thomas, Eakly; Oregon
- Duane Blackman,
Klamath Falls; Rhode
Island - Jason M.
Utah - Randy Coats,
Holden; Virginia -
Harvey W. Belote HI,
Washington - Steve
Cox, Warden, Hugh
Hawley, Ferndale, and
William R. Pettit,
Toppenish; Wisconsin -
Jack T. Jilek, Antigo.
Idaho - John D.
Hansen, Rupert, and C.
Eugene Peterson, Idaho
Falls; North Dakota -
Grand Forks, and
Hoople; Texas - Bill
Washington - Wayne
Middletown, Del., is
selected to fill the
unexpired term of a
board member who
The potato research
and promotion program
if financed through
assessments on the
industry authorized by
the Potato Research
and Promotion Act of
1971. The board carries
out projects designed to
and expand domestic
and foreign markets for