Category: 1940s-50s

Of teaching and adventure

By Art Borror Whenever I round that final bend at the end of the Keene Neck Road and look down upon what has to be one of the most marvelous views of the entire Maine coast, a flood of emotions and memories comes over me: many mornings spent there parking cars of incoming campers with … | Read more.

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The Audubon “cause”


By Art Borror Over 45 years ago, when I was a student assistant at the Audubon Camp in Maine, the staff included Carl W. Buchheister, Bart and Joe Cadbury, Farida Wiley, Margaret Wall, Allan Cruickshank, and my father, Donald J. Borror. They focused their teaching skills on presenting the “Audubon cause”: the dependency and links … | Read more.

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