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Elder Bushes Are Gone But Family Maine Retreat to Stay Alive

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    Elder Bushes Are Gone But Family Maine Retreat to Stay Alive
    AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty
    Cathy Rogers of Windham, Maine, pays her respects at a makeshift memorial for President George H. W. Bush across from Walker's Point, the Bush's summer home, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, in Kennebunkport, Maine. Bush died at the age of 94 on Friday, about eight months after the death of his wife, Barbara Bush.

    The passing of George H. W. and Barbara Bush won't mean an end to children's laughter, splashing in the pool, barking dogs or clinking horseshoes at the family's property on the Maine coast.

    The former first couple's children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren are expected to continue to enjoy stunning views, fishing, golfing and swimming each summer at their oceanfront home in Kennebunkport.

    Family friend Evelyn Paine says the house "will always stay in the family.''

    The Walker's Point property became known as the "Summer White House'' when Bush was president, elevating the sleepy coastal community's status and making it a household name thanks to high-profile visits by world leaders, political protests and swarming journalists.

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    There main residence on the nearly 9-acre (3.5-hectare) oceanfront property is a three-story, stone-and-shingle house.

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