Monthly Archives: September 2015

In Which Gramps and I Go Remembering

Yesterday, Gramps and I went remembering. We stood at the shore of Lower Wilson Pond and as we looked out at the water, he pointed to a spot.  “There, right there”, he said, “I learned to swim.” That was 88 … Continue reading

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The Twice Moved Old Barn by our House

Edwin Orin Walden (1882- 1937) was a dear Christian man, so said the townspeople of Greenville. He walked stooped over for much of his life because of an accident that broke his back but did not slow him down. Professor … Continue reading

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The Perfect Father and Son Day on Wilson Pond circa 1961

The beautiful summer days up here in Maine have Gramps remembering the Perfect Summer Day. Here he tells the story. Every summer for several years my wife and I and our children moved over to Tracy Island on Upper Wilson … Continue reading

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