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    Saturday
    Aug162008

    Maine-ly Lobster

    When in Maine -- eat lobster. Drove out to Two Lights to view the lighthouses and, most importantly, try the Lobster Shack lobster rolls. A split bun bursting with fresh picked meat. Serious competition for yesterday's lunch washed down with a splash of bubbly.



    Too bad I don't know about any Maine ancestors... yet.

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    OK, no more about lobster rolls. Especially the pictures. How can you do this to your poor old Mom sitting here in the Arizona heat with no water in sight and no hope of any fresh fish.

    August 16, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

    Sorry mom. I'll try, but you know your grandson -- he plans lunch while he is eating bfast.

    August 16, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterDenise L

    I did have an ancestor in Maine at least briefly. There is also an undocumented source that states that that another of my ancestors was born in Maine. It was a family source that made the claim, but most other sources state she was born in Western Massachusetts and I have no proof either way.

    I enjoyed the lobster rolls very much when I was in New England this summer!

    August 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterLori Thornton

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