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Eating Lobsta' in Maine

Aimee Ruzicka graduated from UT Knoxville in 1971 with a bachelor's degree in history and in 1974 with a master's degree in library science. A retired law librarian, she now lives in Nesquehoning, Pa., in the southern Poconos. She sent this photo of herself in front of Nubble Light House in Cape Neddick, Maine, near the mouth of the York River.

"This was a 3 day R & R trip to walk along the ocean & eat lots of 'lobsta,'" Ruzicka wrote. She added a warning, too: "Don't go here if you're interested in maintaining a coiffure since it's always windy."


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