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    Tricia Harwood opens an old unused ice box in The Harwood Camp that will be on the “Homes of Wayne Tour.” The family used to harvest ice from nearby Androscoggin Lake to keep things cold in the summer, but they’ve got an electric refrigerator now.

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    The home of Anita and Tony Gotto, called “Gaviidae” that will be on the “Homes of Wayne Tour.”

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    This collection of vintage fishing posters hangs in an upstairs bedroom of The Harwood Camp that will be on the “Homes of Wayne Tour.”

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    Heights of several generations of Harwood children are recorded on a column in The Harwood Camp that will be on the “Homes of Wayne Tour.”

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    This motto hangs over the desk in The Harwood Camp that will be on the “Homes of Wayne Tour.”

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    The Harwood Camp, a two-story wooden camp on the shores of Androscoggin Lake built in 1930, will be on the “Homes of Wayne Tour.”

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    The dining room of The Harwood Camp that will be on the “Homes of Wayne Tour.”

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