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  • Kristin Dietrich

    What a glorious finish for tenacious Appalachian Trail hikers. Baxter Peak on Mount Katahdin, the highest mountain in Maine, marks the northern end of the famed trail and is the site of many a celebratory photo. | 50 states, 50 spots: Natural wonders -

  • Karin Lurvink

    50 states, 50 spots: Natural wonders - Baxter State park in Main: Peak on Mount Katahdin

  • Heartstone Journey

    "Without the anticipation of better things ahead, we will have no heart for the journey." -John Eldredge What story is your life telling? Mine? I invite you to walk with me through these pages as I share my story, my journey. Take no more with you than the question, “Can God take the clutter of my life, with everything seemingly stacked against it and redeem it?” I offer you only my story; walk with me…

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