The week in photos: October 9 to 15, 2021



Jim Cassidy of Turner walks the Homestead Trail on October 14 at Androscoggin Riverlands State Park in Turner. The avid hiker says he used the park’s trails to train for his 500-mile, 42-day hike along the Camino de Santiago in 2012. The pilgrimage begins in France and ends in Spain. Daryn Slover / Journal of the Sun

NYA / Wayflete goalie Elliana Howerton-Lynch throws the ball on October 14 during a field hockey game against Saint Dominic Academy in Auburn. Andree Kehn / Journal of the Sun

Rachel Duguay of Oak Hill High School, right, directs the ball on October 13 as Emily Pillsbury of Mount Abram keeps her eyes peeled during a game in Wales. Andree Kehn / Journal of the Sun

Summit Woodcock, right, of Livermore, her 12-year-old sister, Scout, and Lydia Plancon, 6, of Chesterville, wash and hang laundry on October 10 during the Rally for Norlands at the Norlands Living History Center in Livermore. Norlands volunteers use a washboard to clean clothes. Daryn Slover / Journal of the Sun

Michael Reed of Durham speeds up on October 15 on Route 136 in Durham in his three-wheeled velomobile. The aerodynamic shell covers a recumbent tricycle. It was a human powered vehicle until Reed recently installed an electric motor. He says he’s not going fast and keeps turning on flashing lights and safety flags at all times. Andree Kehn / Journal of the Sun

Mike Dawn, left, of Auburn and Frank Moore of Topsham fish for bass on October 10 at the 27th Annual Open Bronzeback on the Androscoggin River in Turner. The tournament is held annually in memory of Dan Roy Sr. and Denis Grondin, who got involved with the Bronzeback Mainiacs, the bass fishing club that hosts the event. Daryn Slover / Journal of the Sun

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