Archive for April, 2010

In Maine, Playing Injured, Farming With Duct Tape, Bailing Twine, Haywire.

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Are you used to your day in day out routine going flawlessly, without a hitch and if it does not, your crank factor meter pegs out? You may not be cut out for living on a Maine farm. Surviving the low points. Squirreling away money during high times and investing in what is the highest […]

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“Heading To Maine, Bought A Waterfront Cottage On Grand Lake.”

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If you owned a Maine waterfront property, wouldn’t getting excited about the next three day weekend stretched in to four days to be on an open deck over looking a lake be therapeutic, healthy? To change up the scenery where you live now? Not to mention the advantages to owning a second home, a vacation […]

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Maine, Maybe That’s The Ringing You Hear In Your Head.

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Time to move from where you live now to Maine. If you have a ringing in your head that is not going away, and is getting louder, maybe if you listen closely you hear the distinct word “Maine”. If you can not sleep and the high pitch humming, ringing, buzzing, headaches and depression, mood swings, […]

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Building On A Maine Lake, Waterfront Shoreland Zoning Do’s, Don’ts, Regulations.

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I remember when shoreland zoning in Maine was first tightening up, getting serious about protecting lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, the ocean and wetland here in Vacationland. 1972 was a magic date for setting up the rules, shoreland in Maine regulations. About the same time minimum lot sizes, plumbing codes got beefed up and what you […]

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Land In Maine, With Less People, The Prices To Buy Are So Low, Under Valued.

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Land in Maine, it is one big state and to me a sleeping giant, with low cost acreage options available to buy a lot of land for very little money. The old adage to buy low, sell high applies to any comodity. Maine land in my opinion is way under valued. When you consider what […]

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Maine Apartment House Rental Deposit, What About Getting It Back?

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How precious is that security of a month in advance in the Maine rental agreement you scribble your name on a while back as the renter? Your security deposit on your Maine home, rental house apartment was supposed to be put in to a special account, interest bearing to accrue to you too. Did the […]

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Ever Hear A Kid Whine There’s Nothing To Do? Not A Maine Kid.

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Boredom, not having fun, there’s nothing to do is not a condition Maine kids have for long. Growing up if I had ever been bored, looking for something or anything to do, and my parents heard it…well on a farm, there is ALWAYS something to do. Time to do this, this or this. Being idle […]

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Busy As A Bee… In Maine.

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The pollen spreaders, the busy bees that pollenate the Maine blueberries, apple trees and sample potato plants, gardens. Mother Earth News honeybee story spells out the problems, the situation. Growing up on a Maine potato farm, we saw lots of bees. The honey bee variety and the wooly, fuzzy bumble bee models. Mom would always […]

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MeInMaine Media Stream

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Your 200 Mile Per Hour Life, Take The Next Exit, It’s Maine.

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Living in Maine, when you move here full time or have a second home for part time enjoyment of “Vacationland”, your whole outlook changes to a simpler platform. For starters, moving to Maine is not to make giant salaries, to wine and dine and to impress anyone. Maine is for folks that don’t want to […]

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