Archive for October, 2013

You Are New To This Big State Of Maine, Whoa, Where To Start?

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Sampling ME, where to jump in with both feed depends on you. Your tastes, desires, habits in life carry over to the trek to Maine. The state dubbed Vacationland is pretty much played outdoors all four seasons. Sure we come in to warm up by a roaring, crackling fire during a day of cross country, […]

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Aroostook County Asked To Host Biathlon World Cup Event.

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Did you get to see the last U.S. World Cup event In Northern Maine when the biathlon championships took place in Aroostook back in 2014? The Nordic Heritage and the Maine Winter Sports Centers hosted the event in Presque Isle Maine and your Me In Maine cub blog post reporter was lucky enough to be […]

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The Hysterical Players Put On Comedy Production In Smyrna Maine.

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Getting out to a small Maine community play where you know all the cast of characters. No one is a stranger and the audience is familiar to the production cast too. Community theater with home grown talent polishing the lines, rehearsing a play script to raise money for a good cause. And to give locals […]

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The Weather In Maine Can Change Quickly.

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Something new and different, to shake it up is what weather in Maine is all about. Hey. Never boring, not ho hum dreary. The cobalt blue cloudless skies with sunshine on your shoulder as you hike up the mountain trail, or snow ski down the other side is part of Maine weather. The weather can […]

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Life Is Short, How Much Time Robbed, Wasted Waiting?

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Traffic is the biggest time spender, waster for most. Getting to the hardware store across town in a city can eat up the better part of an afternoon. And when you consider the folks that commute to work two hours. One way. Have done that milk run for years, decades. Whoa. A lot of idle […]

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Love Where You Live, Maine Small Town Living Blog Posts.

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Mainers are fiercely independent, resourceful, proud of their small towns. And each one is unique, special because of the people who live there. Make them shine. Stand out. Like the stars dotting a Maine night sky. The surroundings help. The natural back drop creates the perfect setting for simpler Maine rural living. Something folks in […]

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The Attraction To Over Spend, Why It’s Done Without Much Thought, Worry.

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Simple economics drives home the point that you don’t continue to spend more out for expenses than is coming in for revenue for very long. The cupboard goes bare. Becomes empty and as Billy Preston crooned “Nothing from nothing is nothing”. The need for the basics of food, shelter, heat, security come with a price. […]

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Driving To Maine, Wearing A Jean Jacket, Behind Wheel Of A 1965 Ford Mustang…

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The radio antennae on the pony car made in Motown had a Budweiser can perch atop to improve reception. The young lad from California, the west coast reporting for duty for Uncle Sam at Brunswick Navel Air Station. And kindly asked by his commanding officer, a lieutenant with more stripes, bars why doesn’t he attend […]

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The Maine Moose On The Loose But Being Hunted.

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This big fella with a rack of nearly six foot wide spread lost at the game of hide and seek in the North Maine woods yesterday. The fall hunting season is underway for those lucky enough to have won a spot, hit the Maine moose lottery for selection to tramp the woods. Toting firepower, extra […]

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When Your Kids Are In Their Home Beds, Behind Closed Door Safe And Sound.

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Raising kids is the most rewarding privilege, honor a parent could ever have. And after years of feeding, clothing, teaching them right from wrong and saying their prayers with the stories before lights out, you never lose the worrying part. Because you love them. Family is the top priority no matter what. You, the Maine […]

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