Archive for October, 2014

Simple Pleasures Being More Than Enough, Maine Is All Over That.

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Do you get excited about being inside a warm home? A plate in front of you with good food from your own garden or root cellar. Family surrounding you that is happy, chattering, pulling together. Not being up against it with debt and slowly rebuilding over your house as the budget allows. Using more of […]

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Repair Time When You Have A Fender Bender In Maine.

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The time it takes to pull out or fill a dent when people trade paint. Accident repairs are pretty cut and dry when you tool into an auto body collision repair place to tally up the fix it up charges. The pushed in rear tail gate on your SUV means fractions of an hour for […]

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Best Neighborhoods To Halloween Trick Or Treat In Small Maine Towns.

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In many areas of the country the thought of witches, warlocks, goblins of any kind climbing up on your open porch to trick or treat is not happening. Too much crime, worry about apples with razor blades, etc. All kinds of reasons to avoid the door to door panhandling for treats of any kind. Just […]

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When You Live Day In, Out With People Way Way Too Close.

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Maine is space, wide open gorgeous land, clean water, fresh air. And go easy on the helping of people please. Not because we are anti-social or recluse hermits. No no, families are tight, close and that kind of people surrounding you is not the situation, type we are hunt and pecking about today. This post […]

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Pitch In, Make It Better Than It Was, That’s Small Town Maine Living.

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Purpose in life, fulfillment, why you are here in a small Maine town. You don’t have to wonder if you get involved with the local community. Because everyone has a role, a part in the local day to day of a small Maine town. Only so many of us in the six by six mile […]

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(Squeaking Change Of Maine Season’s Backdrops Sound) The Ends Are Sweet.

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Maine has four seasons, and like prime rib, the end cut can be the best to ask for when the order is taken. Maine is all about vacations and getting away. But the big wide open unspoiled space makes it the perfect spot to land when you have had too many people for way way […]

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Remembering Someone At A Funeral, Seeing Their Purpose On Earth.

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Why anyone of us is here on planet Earth. What is our purpose and how did being here effect others? That is always the question posed when going through the family line of a lost loved one during a funeral. All standing solider straight up front to console others in grief. To of course celebrate […]

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Life Goes On, Small Maine Towns Help The Hurt.

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Large crowded areas, high concentrations of people are not so connected with each other. Small Maine town rural living is way way different. More intimate, open, life freely shared, on a more personal level. I was at a Maine State REALTORS Convention & Trade Show this week to learn, network and improve my career. And […]

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Doing Remote Maine Blogging…. (Snap Of Intertwined Fingers Extended Outward).

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On the road in Maine usually means drive time. Did the early twilight drive from Aroostook County to Rockport Maine yesterday. To once again hit the local Maine REALTOR state convention and real estate trade show. Kinda lonely to be down here from “The County”, the “Crown Of Maine” because you don’t see others from […]

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The Maine Fall Foilage Colors, Trying To Capture The Best Image.

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This year in Maine, the fall weather has made leaf peeking heaven. The trees did not get shaken, reduced of many of their green leaves. Those hardwoods did not receive high winds or heavy rains to cause gravity to bring them to the forest floor. Like premature balding, it is not what happened with Maine […]

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