Archive for March, 2009

Owner Of This 155 Maine Acres Raised Pheasants.

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Own A Maine Farm Without The Buildings. Water, sewer, view all in.

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Old Maine Farm Houses Had Many Unique Features In Them.

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Back to the land living is not all glamour sitting on a tractor with the sun coming up or setting. It’s hard work, sacrifices, a choice.

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Things I Learned At 9 Years Old Selling Vegetables On A Maine Farm.

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Maine farm vegetable stands offer fresh produce and taught me lessons about people, dealing with the public.

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Making Video To Showcase Maine.

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Making a Maine real estate or community video.

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Show Me An In Town Upscale Houlton Maine Home.

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Houlton Maine Is Filled With Special, Victorian Era Homes Like This One New To The Market And Currently For Sale!

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Ever Go Without Food? Day After Day? Gone To Bed Hungry?

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Is your stomach empty alot? Not eating regular meals? Not sure where your next meal is coming from? Do you know hunger now or earlier in your life?

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What’s It Like Peddling Property In A Small Maine Town?

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What it is like living in a small town in Maine? People work together, need each other and life is honest, down to earth, simpler.

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Can You See Yourself With A Piece Of Grass Hanging Out Of Your Mouth?

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Early mornings, hard work, aware of the weather and world around you. Living on a Maine farm.

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Maybe Maine Black Flies And Mosquitoes Won’t Come This Year.

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    The little black yard and deep woods varmits may be more determined than ever to tap your blood this year. I always figure the intensity of the black flies and mosquito was directly tied to the severity of a Maine winter and whether there were breeding pools from an above average wet spring. How […]

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Snowmobiling Pumps Alot Of Revenue Into Maine!

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     The Linneus Maine snowmobile club is needing to update their groomer and all local businesses in Maine need to lend their support when this grand writing effort requires a helping hand. This is an open letter of what we think of the grant money being awarded. Here’s the letter….      Thank you for bringing […]

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