1. Terrace by the Sea - Ogunquit, Maine Oceanfront Hotel


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    The Terrace combines deluxe Ogunquit motel accommodations with the elegance of an Ogunquit Colonial inn. Enjoy a variety of superior lodgings with spectacular ocean views in a peaceful, secluded setting between Beach Street and Wharf Lane, across from the Ogunquit River beach. Our location is within easy walking distance of Ogunquit's beautiful main beach, the Marginal Way, village shops, restaurants and movie theaters, or you may ride one of Ogunquit's trolleys to your destination. Your great day begins with an expanded continental breakfast and a welcoming morning ocean view. Enjoy breakfast on our wrap around porch, living room or breakfast room. We offer an ideal and convenient location with panoramic ocean views in a peaceful setting. We are in the heart of the village, allowing you to walk anywhere. Just beyond, you can easily walk to Ogunquit's beautiful main beach, the Marginal Way, village shops, restaurants, and movie theatres; or you may ride one of Ogunquit's trolleys to your destination. Our beautifully landscaped grounds overlook the Atlantic Ocean and Ogunquit River, with beautiful views and the sounds of the ocean. Relax on our lawn, porches or at the pool and let the beauty and serenity sooth your soul. 23 Wharf Lane PO Box 831 Ogunquit, ME 03907 207-646-3232 Website - http://www.terracebythesea.com Cinematography by Chibi Moku - http://www.chibimoku.com

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    • Recreating Garnet Ghost Town's Wells Hotel Banister


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      Here a baluster is recreated with measurements from three 1962 Bureau of Land Management photos . The original Banister was removed/stolen some time after 1962 and now will be duplicated for the Wells Hotel in Garnet Montana. Wood used for the "new " banister is100(+/-)year old very dry Douglas Fir, re-cut and turned from reclaimed barn beams. The resulting replacement Banister will appear to be "old", complete with scrapes, scratches, nail holes etcetera. If one looks in the back ground the finished newel post and a bucket of balusters will be noticed. Garnet Ghost Town was a mining town approximately 45 miles east of Missoula MT.

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