Tag Archives: Worumbo Mill

Not Richard Nixon’s Daughter

They’re tearing down the last major structure of the old Worumbo Mill.  I knew this day would come and even though I tried to mentally prepare myself, I am experiencing the same sadness I felt when they tore down the … Continue reading

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Wonderful Work

Yesterday, July 23, marked the 25th anniversary of the fire that destroyed the Worumbo Mill in Lisbon Falls, Maine.  A few weeks ago, the Lisbon Historical Society presented a program about the fire.  It attracted a large crowd and Dot … Continue reading

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Moxie’s Slow Burn

For Red Sox fans like me, the All-Star break can’t come soon enough.  Something is wrong with this year’s team and in spite of a steady stream of problem solving on sports talk radio, I don’t think things are going … Continue reading

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The See Saw

It’s Monday, it’s raining, and I’m on the down swing of the see saw.  Last week, I predicted fears of a drought would dissipate with the first downpour and this may be so.  I drove home to the Coop in … Continue reading

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