Boylan family, summer 2010

A photo of the Boylans– Deedie (“Grace”), Zach, Sean, and JFB, down at the dock on Long Pond in front of our home in Belgrade Lakes, Maine. ¬†That’s Ranger on the left and Indigo-dog on the right, as well. ¬†”This dream is short, but happy.”

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  1. Posted February 8, 2011 at 9:24 pm | Permalink

    Fair dues to all the Boylans.

    A happy dream indeed.

  2. Margie
    Posted February 12, 2011 at 5:30 pm | Permalink

    Awesome picture and awesome family Jenny!
    This speaks of that familiar saying ….. the way life outa be …..?

    Hopefully that kind of weather is just around the corner for us, although
    looking out my window says something else.

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