Turtle log

A fairly uncommon sight along the Madagascal stream during mid-day: most turtles that decide to sun themselves also decide to dive under if humans in canoes approach. The log sticking out of the water is a more common sight. The stream was used in days gone by to transport logs from the Lincoln, Maine, area south to the mills at Oldtown.

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