this reminds me of an experience I had with my sister Clare and her mutt Delilahwe were exploring cluster of two islands off of Mid-Coast Mainethe small one was a funky artist colony with a cozy funky little restaurant where we had a cup of coffeethe larger island was much less populated and much stranger. stranger in this way: there were exotic animals everywhere! we ran into a flock of llamas - on an island! in Maine!but the best was a gaggle of the most exotic and flamboyant looking roosters I have ever come across - just strutting around in their wild fluorescent plumagewe missed the ferry back home and a couple kids in a Lobster Boat gave a ride back to the mainland
The Cranberry Islesfive islands - which are accessible by ferry from Southwest Harbor, Maine - you can also catch a mail boat from Northwest Harbor, Maine - and a ferry taxi will shuttle you from island to islandMy sister and Delilah and I visited the two largest islands: Little Cranberry (also known as Islesford, an artist colony) and Great Cranberry which is where all the unusual animals are.I highly suggest a roadtrip.
as soon as I can get my hands on a scanner I will send a photo of Clare & Delilah on Great Cranberry Isle - and some green fisherman's buoysto firstname.lastname@example.org
You *have* to check out "No Fear No Die" by Claire Denis, one of my favorite film directors. Isaac deBankole is terrific as a sympathetic cockfighter.Also, we kept chickens growing up and I was often terrorized by a rooster tall as me!
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