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Maine Forestry Museum MFM Forest Service Ranger 223 (Joel Cyr) pulls over on the Golden Road to let a load of wood go by in 1973. Back then, Great Northern kept the Golden Road so well graded that loads could travel at 60-70 mph. Thanks to Joel Cyr for this photo. Description by Forest Fire Lookout Association Maine Chapter. ...

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We found this rusted peavey head a few years back while searching for remains of the 1919 lookout on the summit of Black Cat Mountain in T1 R9. The handle was completely rotted off. It now hangs on the porch at camp.

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Apple Harvest Festival Rangeley Maine

Saturday, October 4 – 20th Annual Apple Harvest Festival

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3rd Annual, 4-day OktoberFest event!

9:00 – 3:00PM. Breakfast bar from 9-11AM; Beef Stew and Butternut/Parsnip Vegetarian soup luncheon at 11:00AM;
complete with Bakewell Cream® biscuits
(*sponsored by New England Cupboard of Hermon, Maine)

DESSERT: Apple Crisp available with Whipped Cream
Includes ingredients by New England Cupboard’s Apple Crisp Mix and donated apples by Terry’s Orchard of Jay, ME
Fresh vegetables used for our stew and veggie luncheon donated by Porter Hill Farm in Farmington and Blueberry Hill Farm in Rangeley

Indoor and Outdoor Vendors, Knitters, Quilters, Artisans, Crafts, Woodworkers; Produce Farms; Alpacas from Shadow Hill Farm, etc. Large raffle of assorted Maine-based prizes; LARGEST baked goods and food table in Rangeley; Indoor and Outdoor Logging Museum displays. Apple pressing and chainsaw carving demonstrations all day. Children’s Pumpkin Activity Center – purchase your little ones pumpkins at the produce farm booths and then bring them inside for your little ones to decorate their pumpkins! RLRLM’s local retired logger, Jeep Wilcox available to sign your purchased copy of “Working the Woods” book (from the RLRLM Booth.) Children can paint a mural wall at the Western Maine Play Museum’s booth, complete with paint smock, paint brush & paint!!
Mr. Moose will also be available for picture taking!