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Tortoise moving slowly, stuck at NH hotel as pandemic delays new home in Maine

Tortoise moving slowly, stuck at NH hotel as pandemic delays new home in Maine
The Hancock Inn’s longest-tenured guest this summer was a refugee of the COVID-19 crisis. While waiting for his moving paperwork to clear, 22-year-old BJ spent the summer sunbathing and clearing some brush behind the inn. “He has a lovely...

Subscribe Donate × Breaking: Lebanon board asks superintendent to make plans to return full time to in-person learning Tortoise moving slowly, stuck at NH hotel as pandemic delays new home in Maine BJ the tortoise is a refugee at the Hancock Inn due to the coronavirus pandemic.BJ the tortoise is a refugee at the Hancock Inn due to the coronavirus pandemic.BJ the tortoise is a refugee at the Hancock Inn due to the coronavirus pandemic.BJ the tortoise is a refugee at the Hancock Inn due to the coronavirus pandemic.

BJ the tortoise is a refugee at the Hancock Inn due to the coronavirus pandemic.BJ and owner Marjorie McAlister Hynes outside the Hancock Inn on Aug.

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