Archive for August, 2011

Fishing, Hunting In Maine

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Those two terms fishing and hunting in Maine are pretty loaded. The pair do not define what the person doing each of their endeavors is after. In my job as a Maine real estate broker, often the buyer of a property listing is looking, hunting for a waterfront parcel. Fishing for a deal on that […]

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Moosehead, Sebago, Grand Lake Maine’s Biggest Waterfront Heavy Hitters.

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Waterfront in Maine is very clean and pretty plentiful. Vacationland, Maine has 2500 lakes and ponds and about another 1000 rivers and streams. But of Maine’s vast collection of lakes scattered around this nation’s state in the upper right corner, Moosehead, Sebago and Grand Lakes are the largest, biggest. Moosehead, Maine’s biggest lake is the […]

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Ford 8N, Farmall Super M And John Deere B Maine Tractors.

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Sounds like just a bunch of letters but mention old Maine farm tractor model numbers and many of us get excited. Our ears perk. We stop to listen. To add our two cents to experiences with our favorite old Maine farm tractors. What’s the glamour of an older, slightly faded, tad rusted big wheeled Maine […]

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Maine, You Appreciate It More If You Are Just Getting Here.

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Lulled in to a false sense of “it’s like this in Maine everywhere else” happens. When you are lucky enough to grow up in Maine, you can easily miss the difference of day to day here compared to somewhere else on the blue and green marble. What makes it so special to get more than […]

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Maine Water, Plenty Of It, Clean, Fun, Natural.

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Every so often the Maine real estate caller we connect, engage with asks about water rights, the supply of H2O in Vacationland. Have to smile and explain water may be scarce, in tight supply where they live now on the revolving blue and green marble. But it is not like that in Maine. Water, well […]

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Maine WordPress Blog, Read All About It. Bangor ME Music Festival.

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Every year for the last ten, the American Folk Festival transforms Bangor Maine in Penobscot County into the place to be for live music. All types of music, song, dance from around the world. Taking center stage, more than one like clockwork. One of the four stages set up, ready to crowd around by the […]

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Don’t Hurt Their Feelings, Make Sure They’re Entertained.

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If you were born around the early 1920’s, you would have grown up feeling what it was like to be up against it. And not liked it. Or not realized everyone was poor, but did not know it. Your happpiness would be small things. Like knowing where your next meal was coming from without insecurity […]

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Maine, I’m Going To The Store, Need Anything?

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Small rural community living in a state like Maine. Famous, well known for folks helping out, reaching out to others. You’re heading to the store so you call a shut in and ask if he or she needs anything. That you can pick up, drop off because it’s right on the way. You are going […]

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Scenes From Maine, Not A Crowded, Noisy Urban City Setting.

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Click your heels, move your feet and get to Maine. The Maine images from Baxter Park, around Mt Katahdin make you realize that man does amazing things, but Mother Nature, God out class, out perform hands down. If you have never camped outdoors in Maine next to a wilderness lake, you have not a clue, […]

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You Better Learn How To Wave If Going To Maine.

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Waving, nodding your head and smiling, saying hello to everyone you meet in Maine. Everyone, no exceptions. You have to become natural, at ease waving and being friendly if you plan to be in Vacationland long. There is a strong sense of community, a local connection and not just between native Mainers. Why? Because Mainers […]

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