“From the Bridge”

A Moose in Bangor, Maine from “Seawater One

It was the middle of the afternoon when we pulled into the bus dock in Bangor, located next to the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Station. As I got off, I heard people talking about a moose that had run down the main street that morning, but I had my own problems. The Men’s Room in most bus and railroad terminals around America leave a lot to be desired and this one was no exception, but now was not the time to complain. It had the usual disgusting engravings, with information on who would do what to whom, and how they could be contacted. The floor was also decorated with slightly used toilet paper, and of course someone forgot to flush, but my needs were urgent, and so I quickly overcame my inhibitions…. Not long after and much relieved, I emerged from the lavatory and looked around trying to get my bearings. Down the street, parked in front of a “No Parking” sign, I could see a blue school bus with “MMA” painted in white lettering above the windshield. My adventure at Maine Maritime Academy was about to begin….

 A Moose warning sign!

Maine has a Moose population of 60,000 to 70,000.

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