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Jan-2013

Many people, when they think of Maine, think “Ice-cold-bone-chilling-frostbitten-fingers winter.” Which, I admit, is true. However, Maine is also capable of dishing up the kind of sweltering hot weather that makes you glad you are not a popsicle. I mean, you would be EVAPORATED. Case in point: DH and I decided we wanted to drive […]

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You’ll have a hard time gaining a reputation as a hardened New Englander if you haven’t experienced Sunday River Ski Resort in Newry, Maine. It is one of the largest resorts in New England, boasting eight interconnected mountain peaks, a vertical drop of 2,340 feet, and by my calculations, around 135,872 different trails. My brother […]

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Aroostook County, known to Mainers as simply “the County,” rests at the very top of the state of Maine like a lofty crown. The name “Aroostook” is a Native American word meaning “beautiful river,” and it is surely fitting for the lovely county that Mainers are so proud of. If you plan to visit Aroostook, […]

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This past weekend, Husband and I decided we would take the children and drive down to Boothbay Harbor and visit the Maine State Aquarium. It was an absolutely gorgeous day–bright and sunny with temperatures in the 80s, and the breeze off of the ocean kept us from feeling the humidity. Boothbay Harbor is beautiful. The […]

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This past Saturday, Husband and I were feeling adventurous and decided to go for a drive to Freeport. It’s not a long drive, we figured it would be fun for the kids, and maybe we would be able to get some good pictures. So we loaded the kids into the car, got some iced coffee […]

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The Why We Maine
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The connection to the outdoors. Openness of nature’s embrace, a oneness of our soul and the outdoors. Life in Maine is expansive, and nature and wildlife abound. The trick is finding the opportunity to witness and interact. Our goal is to revel in the seeking of the genuine, the hidden and the beautiful in the […]

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Captain’s Quarters, spectacular views of Maine’s ocean Vacation in style on Mount Desert Island! Captains Quarters has three bedrooms on the main floor, two and a half bathrooms on the main floor and another half bathroom in the basement. Two king beds and two twin beds accommodate up to 6 people. There are also one […]

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Chances are if you have visited any part of Maine, you have heard some sayings that us Maine-ahs say that are really hard to understand. After all, Maine-ah should be its own language! Below you will find explanations for some of the funny/ridiculous things we say. Ayuh A hearty affirmative; Yes. Ankle biteah A young […]

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Traveling on the Maine coast can have some congested roadways, since Maine receives over 16 million visitors a year. The abundance of visitors in highly traveled areas may temporarily slow down travel. Some of the worst traffic spots– especially during holidays– are at the entrance to the Maine Turnpike and the exits in northern New Hampshire. Purchasing  EZ-Pass (www.ezpassmaineturnpike.com) can  […]

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17
Jan-2013

Inn at Pinnacle Mountain

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Being at the Inn at Pinnacle Mountain is something that I will never forget. This inn is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. It isn’t just the indescribable view, or the indoor pool and hot tub, or even the beautiful rooms that will make you want to come back here again […]

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04
Jan-2013

The Augustus Bove House

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If you happen to be passing through Naples, Maine, you may want to stop at the historic Augustus Bove House. David and Arlene Stetson have owned and operated this beautiful bed and breakfast since 1984 and love nothing more than making their guests feel happy and at home. A place that will give you a […]

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Oxford house inn
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The Oxford House Inn, located in Fryeburg, Maine is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Jonathan and Natalie Spak have owned the inn since 2007 and it is their goal to make you feel as at home as possible during your stay. With four beautiful bedrooms, the Spaks love nothing more than sharing their […]

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03
Jan-2013

Mollyockett Motel

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Located just off of Route 26 in Woodstock, Maine is the beautiful Mollyockett Motel. 10 years ago, Tim and Fran Buck were looking to invest in a bed and breakfast/motel. After looking at many different places they came upon the Mollyockett Motel and fell in love with it. They remodeled all the rooms and added […]

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02
Jan-2013

L.L. Bean

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L.L. Bean is such a great Maine shopping experience. Millions of people shop “Bean’s” for good reason. Established as a hunting and fishing supply store, L.L. Bean’s sells just about everything from children’s clothing to cooking ware. L.L. Bean’s campuses are ever-expanding their downtown Freeport, Maine location. In 2007, Bean’s moved their hunting and fishing store into the expanded main […]

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01
Jan-2013

Penobscot Marine Museum

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The Penobscot Marine Museum is made up of 13 buildings and includes one of the biggest collections of small boats in New England. Also available to view are a beautifully restored 19th-century sea captain’s home, a commercial fishing exhibit, stunning nautical paintings and a museum shop. There is also a library with a wealth of […]

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