Pygmy Shrew Forest- in Acadia over near Seawall.
Hey now! So I meant to get to the drawing yesterday but life got in the way- you know how it is, anyways in order to make the drawing the most impartial- I wanted to get my doggy in on the whole bit. And I figured I'd put it on video so you could see that there were no shananigans or tomfoolery involved. Here though I should make some explanation: my doggy is a crazy erratic and happy go lucky real-time maniac of the highest order, and to think that he would just play along without any complications makes me the fool- cause as I loaded up a hat with the individual numbers of the commenters who entered: Grover the Dog went and chased the hat before any of the numbers this time, cause he's a crazy Maineiac and this was only the second take, and I didn't want to make any more! But I got him back on track and into the game and he grabbed one real good which was
Grover Picks the Winner!
#13: Nancy Mize- who said something like "it would be lovely to have a piece of your vision of my heart's home. Especially when the rest of me is hundreds of miles away." Aw, that's wicked nice Nancy- and I'm glad that you get to be the lucky winner= I hope that you're a nice lady and that your luck somehow makes the world a better place! Or just go and hawk the print at a pawn shop and buy some nips at the corner packy- whatever! Do what you want to do! And that's all there is for that. Well, I had a great time doing this and there are more where that one came from, so after I let the grass grow for a bit longer then perhaps I'll make another print giveaway before too long. So in the meantime- save a place for me and have a nice day, Nate from Maine, Usa.
P.s. This was an effort to drive traffic to the site, and it worked, in the area of advertising fees and costs I think it was a reasonable expense in the long run to have had the traffic that I did over the past couple days. I already had the print, I already had the shipping tube, so then the only outlay was taking time to do it and the 5 bucks or so that USPS will charge to send it (good luck getting it anytime too soon though Nancy- I would never use USPS for anything urgent!) once the USPS took 6 weeks to deliver a print only 350 miles away. Ouch. Double ouch- Ouch Ouch! Right then- bye.