Archive for July, 2013

The Maine Town Property Tax Bills Sent Out On A Friday For A Reason.

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Property taxes on Maine real estate, the bills sent out by town assessors on Fridays. Because from experience, less phone calls and trips to the Maine town office happen. No one likes to see the official looking property tax bill delivered by the man in blue no matter what the weather. But the knee jerk […]

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Meet The Maine Farmer, Fresh, Locally Grown Food Just Tastes Better.

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Locally grown Maine food is fresh, abundant and provided by your friends and neighbors. Besides the high nutritional value, knowing where the food came from is kinda important. You develop a relationship with the grower, the Maine farmer who you come to trust to provide food, rich fruit and vegetables for your table. And beef, […]

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Burnt Island Lighthouse Between Boothbay Harbor, Southport Maine Island.

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Maine has a neat collection of lighthouses. Some along the coastal rugged rock outcroppings. Others up inlets feeling more like parked on river settings. Than the classic, romantic solitude of the many out to sea island unique locations. I’ve had fun collecting photos, images of Maine lighthouses. The slow but steady quest to visit them […]

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Advice, Life Path Suggestions, Where Do You Get Yours?

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Today in social media there are a lot of opinions, everyone has something to say. Where do you get your advice, how many mentors do you have? And do you draw back into suggestions for life guidance from sage old farmers? Improving the way it is from lessons learned on how it was. With a […]

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The Cuckolds Lighthouse Is Off The Tip Of Southport Maine.

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Maine has over sixty lighthouses parked along the rock bound rugged coastline, dotting islands off harbor towns. Providing round the clock navigational aids. Creating intense revolving and blinking lights, clanking bells, deep, low throaty fog horns. Designed to be manned to avoid marine peril during darkness, undesirable weather conditions. To help freight and passengers alike. […]

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Squirrel Point Lighthouse Is Located On Arrowsic Island Maine.

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The quest to collect Maine lighthouses one by one. Your Me In Maine Blog author has the addiction. Slowly tracking, hunting down sometimes in groups of three or four Maine lighthouses. For the low hanging fruit, easy ones to drive to and hop out of the Jeep. Some Maine lighthouses a little more tedious. Parked […]

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Alignment, Isn’t That The Most Critical Life Adjustment?

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Lining up the bubble on the pop level you build with to make sure everything is on the same plane. The same altitude. Sanding off high spots. Adding a shim to give one side a boost, lift. Not leaving anything ee-awed, cockeyed. At an ugly angle climbing or descending. But even keeled the target condition. […]

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Maine Towns With Airports, Houlton Is One Of Them.

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Maine has 108 small towns. And all are anxious to prosper, to at least keep their current population or better yet grow. Maine towns compete for business. Having a local airport like the one in Houlton Maine located right on the US – Canadian border is one attractive asset to hold in your marketing cards. […]

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Maine Weather (Concentrating Deeply) Dialed In Just Right For Summer.

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Don’t change a thing, whoever dialed in the Maine summer weather has the right mix. Lock it in, rip the knob off. Just back away slowly. Don’t jinx it. The earlier wet, cold spell is forgotten. Fun in the sun in Maine is underway in good shape. Playing catch up. Sweeping out the cobweb worries […]

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The Maine Summer Lake Running Partner Is Black, Short, Nimble.

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Borrowing things, being a lender or lendee, which category do you land in? Or do you say pass to both? Maybe straddle the fence, spend time in both camps? When running I’m lucky to “borrow” the neighbor’s black labrador retriever nine year old dog. He just dovetails with my exercise routine when trotting by close […]

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