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“Everything is worthwhile and each of us is beautiful and unique.” Photos and poem by Sean Lebida

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The Maine thing (yes, the saying is a play on words) is all about how our State is real, authentic, timeless and natural. Do you see a trend? Its supposed to be obvious! πŸ™‚ Maine is about natural unspoiled beauty and experiencing it to the fullest. I receive several calls a day from salespeople trying […]

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The moose is probably Maine’s best-known animal. Standing seven feet at the shoulder and weighing in at 1,000+ pounds, it is also the largest. It is estimated by state biologists that there are 30,000 moose in Maine, most of which can be found in the North Woods. Hiking trails and roads in the Maine Highlands […]

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Maine Foliage: Autumn in Maine is one of the most popular times of the tourist season. Leaf peepers from all over the country come to enjoy the explosion of color that envelopes the landscape. The state parks are an excellent place to start for enjoying the foliage. Aroostook State Park showcases superior foliage from the […]

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Schoodic Point: Acadia National Park, Maine. During rough Maine seas.
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Schoodic Point: Acadia National Park, Maine. During rough Maine seas.

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