Archive for November, 2011

Christmas In Maine, Not The Better It Is The More You Spend.

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The amount of debt you rack up for a Christmas is not how Mainers determine how memorable, how special the holiday season was any given year. The dollar amount and number of gifts spread under the real fir or pine holiday tree in Maine with the white angel on top and twinkling lights, tinsel, garland […]

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Rotary Club Fund Raisers Are Fun To Work On, Help Local Maine Towns.

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Worthwhile causes, projects in a Maine town need funding and Rotary clubs raise money, recognize the areas needing a helping financial hand. A shot in the arm of money coupled with the strong heart of a Maine volunteer is a beautiful union, partnership, marriage. The entire listening area gets involved in donating to the auction, […]

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Rotary Club Auctions Help Fund Local Maine Worthwhile Causes.

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Service, civic clubs in Maine like the Rotary group raise money year round to make the local communities stronger, more vibrant, healthy. If a worthy cause presents itself, a shot in the arm of financial assistance from Rotary clubs really helps. The first three nights of every Thanksgiving week, for the past 56 years, the […]

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Maine Blaze Orange Hunting Gear Brings Out Your Hair Highlights.

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Blaze orange, it helps the wildlife, Maine game know where you are loud and clear. Thank goodness Maine deer, black bear, moose, game birds don’t carry fire power, can shoot back. Now that would be add to the stakes of toting a gun, tracking wildlife in Maine. The Maine fall season means sporting camps, woods […]

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Vacations In Maine, Any Season Is A Good Time.

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The Maine license plate has a reminder of what we are all about…. spelling it out “Vacationland”. There is no wrong, bad season to vacation in Maine. In fact, the state of Maine is so large, the area terrain so varied that a person needs a number of years to sample ME. To do it […]

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Our ME House, With Two Cats In The Yard.

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Simpler living in Maine means use the space you need. But forget the McMansion thinking to impress or just because you can. Many Mainers on rural farms lived with three generations under one roof line. Families were closer because of it. Everyone pitching in, working together for the common good. Spending time together because everyone […]

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I List, Sell Maine Real Estate.

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If you’ve followed some of the blog posts here on the Me In Maine platform, you don’t see the commercial pushing of new real estate listings. It’s about being grateful to live in Maine. To raise a family here, enjoy the great outdoors and commune with nature. I have platforms, websites for Maine real estate. […]

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The Boston MA Hunter In Orange Slides The 30 Pack In To The Pickup.

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Being a little higher up Interstate 95 in to Maine has some distinct advantages besides the crystal clean blue water, lush green forests that are off the beaten path. It’s not over run, tramped too hard, spoiled here in Aroostook County. And the guy wearing orange and toting some heavy duty fire power in the […]

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Visions, Southern Aroostook Cultural Arts Center

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SACAP Supporting the Arts in Southern Aroostook. SACAP stands for the Southern Aroostook Cultural Arts Project. All ages of Northern Maine artisans contribute their talents and works to showcase the unique flavor of this part of Maine. Often, out of state looking in to Maine can make a person think it is just lobsters, lighthouses, […]

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Knitting On It, Plugging Along In Maine.

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Expressions, colloquialisms, Maine is famous for them. Like the classic Downeast humor when asked by a tourist with a mess of a Maine map smashed against the driver’s wheel, his window rolled down. When needing directions to someplace and being told after a long drawn out pause by a crusty sea coast local “ya can’t […]

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