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    Teresa Goucher, of Annabessacook Road in Winthrop, demonstrates how she used a battery-operated leaf blower to disperse the heat generated by her propane gas stove during the week she had no power. She said using the leaf blower she was able to get her house heated above 70 degrees.

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    Winthrop residents Jessica Bowers, left, and Amy Aubut blow kisses and wave to electric crews as they drove by following the restoration of power on Monday afternoon. The two neighbors on Annabessacook Road said it was a long, dark week following last Monday's storm.

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    A power crew from Laurin Power of Montreal, Quebec, puts finishing touches on repairing lines on Annabessacook Road in Winthrop on Monday. The crew had been in the region since last Monday working to restore power.

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    A power pole teeters off a road adjacent to JR Metal Frames in Belgrade. Founder Claire Pepin said she and her son noticed the leaning pole this morning and hope they don't lose power when a crew comes to repair it.

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    Crews work to repair downed trees and power lines Monday morning on Cathedral Pines in Belgrade. A worker on scene estimated power would be restored by 10 p.m. Monday.

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