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Fort Stark, New Hampshire — On Easter 2018.

by Anura Guruge


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The ‘Fort Stark‘, historic site, just south of Portsmouth, N.H., is one of our closest points to the ocean. As such we tend to visit Ft. Stark fairly often, at least once a year — and looking back at my pictures I realize that we tend to make the first visit in early Spring. So, we lived up to form on Sunday, Easter. We went down to Portsmouth, for Easter, to see ‘Sherlock Gnomes‘ and then have dinner. But, we wanted to visit the ocean before. So, we went to Ft. Stark. It was a bit grey and a tad windy. There were only about 4 other people in total around.

But, it was, as usual, still fun. We walked around. Clamored among the rocks. There was a large ship coming in … and a tug from Portsmouth was going out to meet it. There was a helicopter overhead. We were there for about 45-minutes.

Enjoy.


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by Anura Guruge

Rare Death At Acadia National Park — Just Ahead Of July 8, 2016 Centennial.

by Anura Guruge


From ‘WMTW8‘ TV in Portland, Maine.

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>> Refer to this, June 8, 2016 post for the Fatal Fall at Acadia a month ago <<

Two deaths so close together is unusual in that Acadia averages but
a couple a year‘.

That the Park Service has accepted this as being ‘in the Park’
is telling. They are very reluctant to do so.
Folks that fall into the ocean from the Park
are NOT counted as Park-related fatalities!

Not all of “Echo Lake” is within the Park
(as you can see from map below).

That would have been quite a swim —
whether across or lengthwise.
If the water was cold you were asking for trouble.


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“Echo Lake”, Mount Desert Island, Maine. Note that 60% is outside of the Park. [From “Google Maps”, of course.] Click to ENLARGE.


Click image for details about July 8, 2016 centennial of ‘Acadia’ — then NOT called as such — becoming a “National Monument”.


Echo Lake“, as it happens, is one of areas of Acadia associated with Nude Bathing;
i.e., it is said to have some Nude Beaches.


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by Anura Guruge


Fatal Fall At ‘Acadia National Park’ — One Of The ‘Few’ Deaths Each Year.

by Anura Guruge


From ‘WCSH6‘ TV in Portland, Maine.

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From Google Maps. Mount Desert Island. Click to ENLARGE. Area where he fell is marked. From ‘Google Maps’, of course — who else.


We can, of course, relate to this. Though not funny, both kids on hearing this news from Deanna, ‘commented’ that that could have been ‘Dad’. Yes, we have clamoured about the rocks in this very scenic area to take pictures. Devanee had a fall just above ‘Sandy Beach’ last September. So this was ‘close to home’.

On our second visit to Acadia in June 2014 I had asked some Park Rangers as to what the casualty figures were for Acadia. They were reluctant to comment but in the end admitted that it was around a ‘couple a year’. But they pointed out that those were deaths that occurred within the Park. They did not count those that fell into the Ocean — even if it was from the Park! So per the National Park Service this death will NOT count as having happened in the Park. He would have died when he fell into the Ocean and that is outside of the Park.

This picture taken during our June 2015 visit is from roughly that area. Click to ENLARGE.


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Malaysian Airlines MH370: Reunion Flaperon Confirmation Does NOT Confirm Crash Into Ocean.




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by Anura Guruge


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Debris does not prove MH370 crashed!
>> Why the Maldives cover up?
>> Debris on Reunion …

>> Maldives back in spotlight — Apr. 5, 2015.
>> Maldives & Sri Lanka — Mar. 15, 2014.
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4 hours in air, Sri Lanka, Cell phones … 
>>
Malaysia flight 370: My Thoughts.

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                                                                                                CNN headlines from today. Click to access original.


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                                                                            My post from just short of a month ago. Click to access.


OK, so now it is confirmed that the ‘flapron’, at least based on serial numbers, is from MH370 — though obviously, given the scale of this cover-up, the serial numbers could have been restamped.

But, CONTRARY to what I have already heard the likes of CNN saying, this does NOT, in any shape or form, confirm that MH370 crashed into the Indian Ocean.

No, it does not.

The ‘flaperon’ could have been ripped off a perfectly intact MH370 and thrown into the ocean to act as the red herring it is now proving to be.

I am sure you don’t know about this — a VERY FAMOUS Red Herring from WW II to totally outfox the Germans. They even used a body of a person who died from pneumonia so that there would be water in the lungs to make it appear that he drowned. So, this deception would be child’s play.

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Malaysian Airlines MH370: The Reunion Debris, The Flaperon, Does NOT Prove It Crashed Into The Indian Ocean!




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by Anura Guruge


redherringJust SOME of the Related post:
>> Debris on Reunion …

>> Maldives back in spotlight — Apr. 5, 2015.
>> Maldives & Sri Lanka — Mar. 15, 2014.
>>
4 hours in air, Sri Lanka, Cell phones …
>>
Malaysia flight 370: My Thoughts.

>> 3 month anniversary               >> 4 month anniversary
>> 5 month anniversary               >> 6 month anniversary
>> 7 month anniversary               >> 8 month anniversary
>> 9 month anniversary               >> 10 month anniversary

** 1 YEAR anniversary                   >> 13 month anniversary
>> 14 month anniversary             >> 16 month anniversary

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The flapron could have been THROWN into the Indian Ocean
to make it look that MH370 crashed.


One small piece of debris does NOT prove that MH370 crashed into the ocean.

That is a possibility BUT that piece of debris is NOT conclusive proof.

MH370 could have still landed, intact — maybe even in the Maldives. The flapron could have been hacked off and thrown into the ocean. Barnacles mean nothing. It could have got thrown off a ship.

So just think. That is all I ask. THINK.

Flapron is not proof, ALONE, of MH370 crashing into the ocean.

We need to see the debris field.

Got that?

This is called a NON SEQUITUR.

WatermelonCat


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