Archive for November, 2014

The Appropriate Dress For The Weather, Setting, Mood When You Live In Maine.

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When you are lucky enough to live in Maine. Not just flit in, out like a globe trotting vacationing hummingbird. Brief, sporadic visits miss much. You’re not fully you, start to show drastic withdrawal symptoms. When MIA for long from the Pine Tree State. Because Maine full time, your order is up please means you […]

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Here’s The Thing About Thanksgiving, Not Football, Family, Turkey, Green Bean Casserole For All.

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Thanksgiving, the word can mean football, parades, large stuffed turkeys, many pies of all kinds. Laughter of family and friends around a pretty house, large dining room table setting. In a warm clean home and everyone truly feeling blessed, grateful. You have a diploma, provide for your family, have a home. Savings, a healthy growing […]

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Thanksgiving Is Upon Us, Like Most Holidays, It Should Be One Of Many Enjoyed Daily.

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Life is a short journey reflection. To learn much quickly. Add it to your repertoire. To shop for, develop, be sure to pick up more awareness. To be able to wade right out without the insecurity of heavy, light or any fear factor. Go way way out deeper than swimming just in the shallow end. […]

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Mainers Are Frugal, Love To Horse Trade, Barter, Get An Honest Deal.

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When you live in a state not flush with money, life improves. Because everything required to live in the state of Maine is not cats in the cradle string loop connected. Not wired to the wallet you sit on or the purse you carry. The amount of green dead Presidents you have stashed in the […]

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Wind Generators On Maine Mountain Ranges, Foot Hills, They Happen.

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When the average bear thinks Maine, unspoiled, all natural is what the inside setting reads. On how the outside surroundings hit a person not used to all this space, jaw dropping beauty. But wind generators in Maine happen. When a place like Big Rock Ski area in Mars Hill gets the row of blinking red […]

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Mainers Shift Wardrobe, Outdoor Equipment When Winter White Happens.

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Winter to some in the audience is just brrrrrr, sitting on the edge of a couch and inside hibernation. Maine is not that setting because outdoors is where we spend all four seasons. The weather shifts, there is the slowly flipping pages of the calendar that causes a change in the wardrobe. The shake up […]

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The Toxin That Can Stunt, Cripple A Small Maine Town.

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Don’t let the blog post title throw you off track. Not about some shuttered, boarded up industrial factory in Maine that goes belly up. Not about contaminated soil and heavy metals, PCB’s. And in the wake of the defunct, rusting status and emptiness, the sea of pink slips, a major hole that is made from […]

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The Maine Grapevine, Word Of Mouth, One On One News You Trust.

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The days of you can believe everything you read are all shot to heck. The spin, agendas, politics of what you are told in black and white newsprint, peacock living color often is only half a sound bite. To add to the sizzle. Cause a stir for attention, ratings, increased sales. But that creates the […]

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The Shift To Just White, Brown, Blue…Maine Colors Of Winter.

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Have always thought of the Maine fall season as a “second bloom”. With the explosion of fireworks grand finale colors. Everywhere you crank your head tooling, bebopping around Maine on and off the highway. But winter becomes more than just icy white. Because open water until it freezes solid, the cobalt skies roll in too. […]

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The Need For A Production, To Make The Everyday An Experience, Memorable.

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When I was a small child, I worked on a Maine farm with my parents, three older brothers in Aroostook County. Part of my job as a young grasshopper was picking vegetables, fruits, produce we grew and sold at a Maine farm road side stand. Working with the motoring public was an eye opener as […]

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