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Martha Murphy 03-Feb-2012 00:42
I was thrilled to find your stunning album of Nova Scotia photos. I live there in the summer in Half Island Cove. Here on a cold February eve in Indiana, you allowed me to journey "home" for a few lovely moments. Thanks!
Guest 07-Nov-2009 13:58
Thanks for rekindling the great memories of living in Maine-haven't been to Monhegan in 20 years-hasn't changed a bit.
J.C. Richardson III30-Jun-2009 06:40
Hey Sherwood,

You came on my site back in 07. You said you were on the Connie when the Forestall burned. I think I told you I was on the Intrepid. I was a little late on seeing that. I came on the Intrepid around Sept of 68. Just stopped by to say hello! Hope things are going well with you. Your galleries are looking great. I'll try to stop by again a little later on.

Take care,
yves rodrigue 08-Jan-2008 23:24
Hi Sherwood , realy , very nice subject and photo , nice work , keep going my friend . Wish you the best . So long
Guest 07-May-2007 19:42
Thank you very much for your comments in my galleries, I really appreiciate it!
All the best to you my friend,

Steve Martin21-Apr-2007 18:32
Hello Sherwood... THANK YOU so very much for the positive comments!
Glen Morgan01-Apr-2007 20:22
Thanks Sherwood for checkin out my gallery.your words are appreciated.
Kat17-Mar-2007 08:14
Thank you for your wonderful comment on my family gallery, very well said. I'm still making my way through your galleries.
Kind regards
Guest 23-Feb-2007 17:49
Thanks so much!
Nestor Derkach03-Feb-2007 10:36
We did ride the Cog railroad , but on the day we did they only went up one third of the way up and charged us accordingly for the shorter trip.
Beyond the one third point the snow was to deep for the Cog train to continue .
There was plenty of snow from the starting point to the one third point to get a few images.
You have some nice images out your D-70 , nice sharp images.
Warm Regards
Richard Haas 10-Dec-2005 16:24
Could you please contact me. Thanks in advance