Friday, July 6, 2018

Maine's Hog Island Audubon Camp

Photos by Salt Water New England
Many attribute time spent - be it a week, a month, a summer, or more - at Maine environmental camps to be some of their most defining life experiences, and necessary for developing an understanding of their relationship with the natural world.



















































































5 comments:

  1. Reminds me of summer retreats on Star Island off the coast of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

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  2. I've been past there by boat, but never set foot ashore to see it. What a beautiful collection of pictures. Makes me want to visit. Love the old Maine cottage feel of the bedrooms and love that toilet paper holder. Great post! Thank you.

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  3. Oh for the days of summer camp in my youth !

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  4. I would say the same about a week spent at any Maine sporting camp. On the water from 8 am to 9:30 pm fly fishing for native brookies and landlocked salmon, then drifting off to sleep next to an open window listening to the loons, will lower your blood pressure by 30 points. By the time you return home the world outside of your family will have re-ordered itself into two categories: the somewhat important and the not-at-all.

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  5. His blue finger nail polish did catch me off guard for some reason...
    loved all the pictures, thank you!

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