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Has done a wonderful life story a couple of phone they're clean and decide to live on their own on -- main island year round and in Canada for 36 years.
While most people what -- consider staying on an island.
Without electricity plumbing or water like art and -- -- -- in author Peter Blanchard spoke we weren't -- and Blanchard says visitors can learn from the couple then we can be fabulous vacation destination.
During -- -- Since -- had a home there are some 77 and inspired involvement with they violence there.
Realize that it's beautiful anytime -- the year.
Is specially in the fall.
As the famous fall foliage peaks.
Very subtle color changes are reflected in water and -- water salt water -- fresh water and not just system.
Very very beautiful.
While the landscape changes from bright reds oranges and yellows to white in winter.
Blanchard says that's part of -- magic of -- It's -- kind of isolation and the beauty of them.
-- landscape really drive home that season they can be cross country skiers have Acadia national park is very close to where the couple have.
Wonderful trails miles and miles of bridle trails for cross country skiing.
-- -- typically the beginning of may is when the science that's spring start to appear.
In the spring it's that an incredible on polling.
Florence and the -- Everything coming back to life every -- but hordes of visitors.
May as particularly beautiful because you're really more on your own there.
And -- crowds -- people start coming around on July 4 that's when things scuttled Tennessee.
So enjoy the early summer.
Even if the mornings are way down.
-- -- The college Summers you know to -- prognosis impunity you can't go for Iran and any -- you there except.
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