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    James York, of Bath, takes photos of the damage on Spencer Road in Upper Enchanted Township Saturday. York has been a camp owner on nearby Grace Pond Road since 1992 and said he considers himself lucky that the road to his camp was only minimally damaged by flash flooding last week.

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    Norman and Lisa Lapointe, of Vassalboro, stand in the middle of No Road, where they own a camp, while surveying the damage with other property owners Saturday. The Lapointes are able to access their property via a 45-minute detour over other roads and ATV trails. They said they are not sure how the local road association will be able to pay for repairs.

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    Heavy damage to No Road, a gravel road that provides access for about 30 property owners in the unorganized territory of Somerset County, attracted several spectators on Saturday who were surveying the damage.

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    A sign warns visitors to Spencer Road, near the border of Johnson Mountain Township and Upper Enchanted Township in Somerset County, of severe damages ahead.

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    The gate leading up to No Road, a gravel access road for about 30 property owners in Upper Enchanted Township in Somerset County, hangs over a ravine caused by flash flooding last week.

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    The water on Parlin Pond appears murky five days after flash flooding washed debris and run-off into the pond.

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