Archive for May, 2014

The Mother Ship’s Eerie Bright Blue Belly Light Snapped On.

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Hovering, then slowly descending, the ship lands in a small hidden rear Maine farm field. Underneath, the craft’s intense wash of blue light stops. The alien crew inside away from planet Earth for thirty years. It’s mission to return. Study, observe and document the day to day changes, advances, attitudes of the inhabitants. Like a […]

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Toxins, Venom, Fresh Poisons …. The Kind Scared People Create.

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Change can be a scary thing when someone clings, has a death grip on past habits. Because what is known is predictable, routine, safe and easy. Requires little thought to maintain. And to lose the norm feels out of control, unstable. It shows what a person is made of, if they have a healthy dose […]

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Trains In Maine, Take A Ride, Remember How Important They Are.

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Taking a train ride in Maine. All aboard. Oakfield Maine the destination with WCSH’s Channel 6 reporter Bill Green showing up this past Saturday. To climb inside the morning run to Howe Brook in Aroostook County. I was on the south run to below Sherman Maine passenger train ride. In Maine, back in 1960 50,000 […]

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The Need To Consume Affordable Luxury Items.

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Consumption for a product, what motivates folks to reach for something off the shelf, online to be shipped to their doorstep? In Maine, or anywhere a person is parked. Resting, sitting on their haunches. As the slightly tilted blue and green revolving marble spins. The perceived or real need to have to have it. Gotta […]

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Asking For A Critique But Not Really Wanting One The Maine Way.

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If you are brought up, taught to just take what you need, leave the rest for others. To improve situations the best you can. Strive to make them better that they were. To contribute for the greater good. Well now Mister Man. You’d fit right in nicely in a small Maine town. Because there is […]

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Need Blue Hair, Dentures, Four Prong Walking Canes, Hearing Aids To Drink Tea?

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Heck no. Tea time if you are from English descent is a given daily sacred ritual. But in the USA coffee beans dominate the drive through hard to understand outdoor microphone requests. Gotta have a hot cup of Joe to go. For some make it ten sugars. Just black as the inside of a Maine […]

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The Maine Way For Pay Back, Settling The Score, Not Carrying A Tab.

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Maine is a state where folks are pretty cross trained. Not narrow and super duper at one or two things only. Jack of all trades and pretty masterful in many. Or they have a family member that is skilled. A country neighbor down the road who knows how to braze, weld, fix and repair. Lots […]

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Mother’s Day, What The Four Boys Learned From My Mom.

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As a little kid, mothers are the first person known for making it all better. For the there there, you’re okay. If you take a spill, scrape your knee. Get wounded in action on a Maine farm working. Playing outside with three older brothers, the few neighbor friends when it’s rural living in the country […]

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Strawberries Grown On A Maine Farm.

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Big Red, Sparkle, Robinsons, other proven strawberry varieties to plant, train the runners. Or what are called the “spider” satellite plants to give direction. Off shoots spinner thin IV lines off the mother fruit producer of red succulent nectar nutrients. Sold by the single box or flat. At a roadside open air farmer’s market of […]

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Inside A Maine Community, Taking A Peek From Afar.

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The first vacation to Maine starts the germination, burning sensation. The one deep inside that like an itch, is not going to go away. When you test positive for Maine. Even with the green square tin of bag balm found on the shelf of every Maine hobby farm is applied for what ails you. Or […]

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