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Eddie's Brook, Bar Harbor, Maine; May 28, 2011 (Beachcombing series No.32)

Eddie's Brook is an unpretentious little stream that winds through the neighborhoods to the northeast of the Bar Harbor village, tumbling down through backyards and culverts until it finally resurfaces beside the Seacoast Mission just in time to sprawl into the ocean. In late May, with a cool mist hovering, the deep shade by the outfall pipe was chilly, muddy, and not very picturesque. The beachcombing, on the other hand, turned up some interesting bits: two large Waved Whelk shells (Buccinum undatum), a surprisingly heavy branch of driftwood, a surprisingly light piece of charcoal, a bone, a shard of porcelain, and a mysterious action figure.

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Jennifer Steen Booher
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the Beachcombing series
Eddie's Brook is an unpretentious little stream that winds through the neighborhoods to the northeast of the Bar Harbor village, tumbling down through backyards and culverts until it finally resurfaces beside the Seacoast Mission just in time to sprawl into the ocean. In late May, with a cool mist hovering, the deep shade by the outfall pipe was chilly, muddy, and not very picturesque. The beachcombing, on the other hand, turned up some interesting bits: two large Waved Whelk shells (Buccinum undatum), a surprisingly heavy branch of driftwood, a surprisingly light piece of charcoal, a bone, a shard of porcelain, and a mysterious action figure.