Archive for September, 2012

Squeak Squeak Sound Of The Maine Potato Farm Harvester, Digger….

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Picking potatoes, working as a kid on the Maine farm land means starting early, getting up when it is pitch black outside. Rise and shinning to the smell of frying, sizzling bacon and home fries, eggs just the way you like them. Partnered with a stack of pancakes, french toast drizzled in Houlton Farms Dairy […]

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Maine Biking Peaks Island, Around Portland ME Back Bay.

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Maine biking is one neat outdoor peddling recreational option to pass the time, to see Vacationland. Until the next season rolls around for other healthy Maine living exercise options. You could bike Maine’s Acadia National Park to sample the nearly 50 miles of trails, discovering the many intricate granite bridges dedicated only to cyclists, hikers, […]

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Learning From Your Kids Travels In And Out Of Maine.

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As children grow up, graduate from high school, college in Maine, they venture out, explore, begin their adult life. And what they learn, they share with parents back at the ranch. Or when a trip is taken to where they are a long way from the childhood Maine home. Oldest son Alex is swinging back […]

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The Best Time To Visit Maine…

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Trick question because there is no best time to visit Maine. And your particular availability depends on the balls you juggle in the game called Life. When the kids are busy in activities ranging from T-ball to horse riding to cheering camp and hockey clinics, your ability to venture out revolves around school vacations. But […]

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Maine …. Living In Gentile Poverty, Being Highly Creative.

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Back in 2001, a Maine farm property we had listed was not selling. So because the rear portion of this rectangular parcel of Maine land bordered another year round roadway, the back 20 acres was sold off. The couple who bought it were not flush with cash. Did not have highly lucrative weekly income streaming […]

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