Sometimes the best adventures don't cost a dime. That can be said of the 325 acre park known as Mount Apatite in Auburn, Maine. People use the park as a place to bike and picnic, and in the winter for some terrific cross country skiing and snow shoeing...
A friend captured a picture of this van parked, in Augusta, at the Capitol building. I've seen cars in rough shape...but this takes the cake. I've heard that duct tape can be used for anything. I guess this is a GREAT advertisement validating that exact point.
The number 6 might not seem like a lot to people. But in these cases...when it comes to children...even the number 1 is too much. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, there are currently 6 kids missing dating all the way back to 1971. Maybe you can help.
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