Mushing, rock salt, seaweed pizza

Posted Feb. 27, 2014, at 1:07 p.m.
Maine's Sigrid Koizar (42) drives past UMass Lowell's Jasmine McRoy (23) in the first half of their game at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on Wednesday night, Feb. 26, 2014. Maine won 84-65.
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Maine's Sigrid Koizar (42) drives past UMass Lowell's Jasmine McRoy (23) in the first half of their game at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on Wednesday night, Feb. 26, 2014. Maine won 84-65. Buy Photo
East End Community School fourth graders, including Tessa Boxer-Macomber (center), dip edible sugar kelp into hot water, turning it from brown to green in Portland on Wednesday. Students were learning about local edible seaweed that may show up in their hot lunches.
East End Community School fourth graders, including Tessa Boxer-Macomber (center), dip edible sugar kelp into hot water, turning it from brown to green in Portland on Wednesday. Students were learning about local edible seaweed that may show up in their hot lunches. Buy Photo
Joe Albee, 27, of East Vassalboro experiments with &quotmonoskijoring" at Heywood Kennel Sled Dog Adventures on Feb. 24, 2014, in Augusta. Albee has spina bifida, a disorder resulting in paralysis of his legs. He and his friends decided to try hooking sled dogs to his monoski so he could participate in local skijoring races.
BDN photo by Aislinn Sarnacki
Joe Albee, 27, of East Vassalboro experiments with "monoskijoring" at Heywood Kennel Sled Dog Adventures on Feb. 24, 2014, in Augusta. Albee has spina bifida, a disorder resulting in paralysis of his legs. He and his friends decided to try hooking sled dogs to his monoski so he could participate in local skijoring races. Buy Photo
Bryce Martin, a 17-year-old senior at Penobscot Valley High School, shoots video in the hallway at Northern Penobscot Tech-Region III of Lincoln on Tuesday. His class will shoot a promotional video for the town of Lincoln over the next several months if the Town Council gives the project the final OK.
Bryce Martin, a 17-year-old senior at Penobscot Valley High School, shoots video in the hallway at Northern Penobscot Tech-Region III of Lincoln on Tuesday. His class will shoot a promotional video for the town of Lincoln over the next several months if the Town Council gives the project the final OK.
Tons of rock salt sits piled up at the Sprague Energy Terminal at Mack Point in Searsport Tuesday.  The salt is awaiting the arrival of a barge to bring it down to New Jersey. The expected snowstorm is likely to delay the arrival of the barge, according to an official from Sprague Energy, which owns the port.
Tons of rock salt sits piled up at the Sprague Energy Terminal at Mack Point in Searsport Tuesday. The salt is awaiting the arrival of a barge to bring it down to New Jersey. The expected snowstorm is likely to delay the arrival of the barge, according to an official from Sprague Energy, which owns the port. Buy Photo

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