Archive for June, 2013

The Maine Fair Italian Sausage Smothered In Grilled Onions, Green Peppers.

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The Fourth of July in Maine. There is no wrong way to celebrate the nation’s birthday. The day of independence, freedom and the beginning of the waving the red, white and blue. But if you have nothing lined up, are looking for a memorable experience, a low cost holiday celebration, Maine should be dialed in […]

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The Phone Call And Let’s Do A Quick Survey, Can You Answer A Few Questions?

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When the US Census was in full swing for the last ten year installment, I was somehow picked to be the weekly call back for more questions. To compare this week on a slew of subjects, topics with last week. The one before that. Many questions that perplexed the lady opinion, fact taker who would […]

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Getting Down To The Naked Truth, Absolute Facts, Reality Of The Situation.

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The truth, whole truth and nothing but the truth is a lofty concept to strive for all the time. But in life, expectations, moods of folks on the receiving end of the here and now, way it is, often filter, color and don’t quite pick up the same key, arrangement of the “music” in life. […]

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Soap Box Derby State Race In Maine This Saturday In Aroostook County.

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Houlton Maine is the location of the state soap box derby race this weekend. The weather forecast is for sunshine, blue skies. The specially engineered Derby Hill at Community Park in Houlton Maine gets set up tonight for tech day on Friday. Safety checks and trial runs happen tomorrow. The 18th race of the Northern […]

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The Maine Farm Horse Is Stocky, Great Personality, Has A Little Draft In Him.

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Life on the Maine farm when horses are what you raise, love, were put on the Earth to take care of, train, and sell. You work on the ad for the trade journals for those in the crowd that love the four legged hay burners. You find as you get older that you tend to […]

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Happy Fathers Day Blog Post On Me In Maine.

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Moms and Dads are pretty darn important in guiding, shaping, raising children. We are lucky if we have both of them over long lives. And better yet on the local level to enjoy. To keep learning from and to spend time with through out the year. Moms and Dads, grandparents that are not in name […]

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Keeping Money Local In A Small Maine Town.

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When the Interstate 95 cut through Maine, and the whiz bang invention of the Internet took off like wild fire, small Maine towns took a hit. Too easy to hop in the car, round up a few friends and head to one of the few cities in Maine. To shop until you drop. But without […]

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Sometimes Words Get In The Way. Move Over, Bring In The Maine Images.

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In my day job of peddling Maine properties, besides talking about the real estate listings, lots of chatter happens with one big question posed, raised over and over. The one out of town, state, country real estate buyers want to know about Maine. They ask “tell me about Maine”. Whoa. Gosh. Let me see now. […]

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Little League Baseball Games In Maine Provide Local Entertainment.

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The fun of sitting on a Maine small town bleacher side by side with other parents hooting, hollering and supporting a local little league baseball team. In a small Maine town you watch the kids grow up. Know their brothers and sisters because your own kids are in the same mix. Raised together by the […]

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The Maine Man In His 40’s A Good Swimmer, But Drown Wearing Fishing Waders.

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The Matteseunk Lake fishing trip started our enjoyable but quickly shifted to a tragedy. The 576 acre lake in Aroostook County with an average depth of 21 feet in the Molunkus area is known as a popular spot for anglers. The serious kind that live, are passionate about wetting the line. But the pair of […]

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