Sunday, July 29, 2012

Sunday pics - Hog Island

A few years back my son spent a week at Hog Island, which was once home to the Abenaki people. Until 2000, Hog Island was operated by National Audubon but in 2010 Project Puffin, a department of National Audubon Society’s Science Division assumed responsibility for the Camp, combining operations with its system of 13 seabird nesting sanctuaries.Here a few pictures he took while there...

















10 comments:

  1. I love the old hull mouldering away!

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  2. Sounds like a great place to get away for a week. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

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  3. Beautiful shots! I would love to visit a place like that.

    I'm paying attention here today. Your bookmarks are gorgeous! Cool Greek Mythology link too. I'd like to take the time to read up on the subject someday. That house in the photo at the bottom of your blog looks like my dream house. :)

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  4. Oh if the boat could talk - what tales it'll relate! Wow!! take care
    x

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  5. Those are great photographs! The second is especially stunning.

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  6. Oh wow, i love that third pic!

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  7. Love the photos, it looks like a very tranquil place to be :)

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