Last one! This would be one of the those birding experiences that's so cool and rare, it will be forever imprinted in my memory. Not only are these birds uncommon, but the views one gets are not always ideal so guessing this will be the closest I'll ever get to one of these extraordinary birds. We'd continue to walk toward it to flush it one more time just to double check making sure there wasn't any black at the wing pits and soon enough it would flee and do a larger circle this time and I'd be happy to see it landed in the same general area again. This would give me instant relief as I didn't want it to leave the area all together and head down the stormy east coast as I'd grown rather attached to the bird so hope it sticks around to wait out the storm (as well as all the others for that matter).
We'd make two more stops in Worcester at All Faith's and Notre Dame cemetery in hopes for some American Wigeon or Northern Pintails and except for three Green-winged Teal and a Pied-billed Grebe the place would be quiet. Don't know what's going on this year but the wigeon are no where to be found.
Take care all.