One and One and One is Three  LbNA # 47626

Placed DateMay 16 2009
Location???, ME
Planted ByMirabilis    
Found By ???
Last Found Mar 27 2010
Hike Distance?

"One and One and One is Three"

Won't you come out to play.
Greet the brand new day.
The sun is up, the sky is blue.
It's beautiful and so are you.
The wind is low the birds will sing
That you are part of everything.

These stamps were carved by one, and given to me to plant by yet another one. They are here thanks to a little help from my friends

These are not too difficult. Realize there's nothing you can do that can't be done. There's nothing you can know that isn't known. Nothing you can see that isn't shown. Nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be.
It's easy


Listen, do you want to know a secret,
Do you promise not to tell?
Closer let me whisper in your ear…

Early on the farm was deserted, the crops eaten. The old Maine yankee left for greener pastures. Absquatulated. The south loop is the best one, as it follows along the water. The trail turns right immediately into the forest, never far from the field’s edge.
On your left, some dead trees and a rock wall mark the old boundary. You pass some native pine and old snags. The trail then follows a ridge lined with blueberries.

When you find yourself in the thick of it
Help yourself to a bit of what is all around you.

From here the trail drops down as the small ridge top ends,
and reaches a T intersection. A sharp left continues, the
right takes you to a rocky point. Across from the T, a
Mighty hemlock grows. (You can stamp up right in the middle of the way here. No one will be watching you .Why don't you do it in the road?)

It's been a hard day's night, and I been working like a dog
It's been a hard day's night, I should be sleeping like a log
But when I get home to you I find the things that you do
Will make me feel alright

Or, you can take the boys to the scenic outlook and return them on your way back. At the outlook, a creek flows into a tidal river amongst lush marsh grass.

Picture yourself on a boat on a river…

Cross the stream and continue south through mixed woods. You will arrive at another rocky point under pines. Don’t ignore the boulder.

Come on come on come on come on
Come on is such a joy
Come on is such a joy
Come on take it easy
Come on take it easy.
Take it easy take it easy.
Everybody's got something to hide except for me and my monkey.

Continue on the long and winding road that leads to a narrow strip of fields. Cross the narrow strip of grass to a faint path. The main trail turns sharply left here, but continue on across the narrow field for now (where swaying daisies sing a lazy song beneath the sun) to that short, faint path that passes a large evergreen.

No one I think is in my tree, I mean it must be high or low.

The path takes you to a bench of jetsam on a secluded point under a wizened oak where you can stamp up.

Sexy Sadie what have you done.
You made a fool of everyone.
You made a fool of everyone.
Sexy Sadie ooh what have you done.
Sexy Sadie you broke the rules.
You layed it down for all to see.
Sexy Sadie you'll get yours yet.
However big you think you are.
However big you think you are.
Sexy Sadie oooh you'll get yours yet.

Return to the trail and follow it along the tree edge to a woods road that leaves the woods. Turn right on this and cut across fields, your tread bordered by wild fruit in season.

Nothing is real. And nothing to get hung about.

Keep the copses on your right. At one sharp right and a small rise, your beginning is your end. Hope you dug it, cause I’d love to turn you on.