Faces & Places – 10/10


Each week, the Tri-Town Weekly will be testing its readers’ observation skills by publishing a close-up photo of a landmark in Pownal, Freeport or Durham. Readers who think they know where the photo was taken should send their guesses to tritown@keepmecurrent.com. All correct responses, as well as the answer, will be printed in the next edition of the Tri-Town Weekly. send your own Faces & Places to tritown@keepmcecurrent.com

It is the sign at the Durham River Park on Route 136 in Durham
Last week’s photoScott Wheelis of Bowdoin keeps his team of oxen in line as Bowdoinham’s Phil Butterfield minds the plow.
Mike Ellis of Portland’s Ellis Stone Carving works on a piece during Farm Day.
Where in the tri-town area is this?   
Ben Bourgeoas of Brunswick works with a red-hot piece of metal while Jacob Mazer of Portland minds the forge during a blacksmithing demonstration at the Freeport Historical Society’s Pettingill Farm Day on Oct. 7.
Emily Goblisch of Rochester, Minn., left, and Ally Ramirez of Portland, Ore., work an old-fashioned cider press. Goblisch and Ramirez are working with the historical society as volunteers through the AmeriCorps volunteer program.
Casco’s Carousel Farm provided horse drawn hay rides at Pettingill Farm Day.