Archive for March, 2015

Weather In Maine, Don’t Feel Sorry, No One Is Upset.

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Saw a blog post this morning from a Florida real estate broker feeling sad for anyone in a snowy climate. I made the comment that no need to feel sorry. No sympathy cards to mail out to anyone in the Northeast, or with a white covered landscape. Because winter in Maine is one of the […]

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Poor Timing, Adversity, Set Backs And Plenty Of Drama.

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I hear it a lot in my day job. Out of state real estate buyer considering moving, relocating to Maine. “Things would be easier in life if I could get away from all these people.” Do you believe the bulk of your problems are caused by other people? That don’t always agree with your outlook […]

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Spring In Maine, A Time Of Rebirth, Hope, To Plant Again.

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Seasons, Maine has four of them. Despite the wise crack about mud season and winter. There is not bad weather in Maine but just poor layering of the clothing to fit what is happening on the other side of the kitchen window. Folks that work the day without a roof or walls, no matter what […]

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Slow Money Maine, Focused On Local Sustainable Food Systems.

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Anything in a Maine community or one of the sixteen county regions is stronger with grass roots collaboration. Locally sourced Maine farm or fisheries produced quality food hands down strengthens the economy. Creating a diverse income stream to support all the other livelihoods needed to make the burg or village. To fund the intrastructure. To […]

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I Was Raised On A Potato Farm In Maine.

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I can remember moving from in town Franklin Avenue to the country and a Maine farm setting when three years old. That is not my earliest memory. Another in the video slide show as a little shaver was clear as a bell too. Coming down the stairs of the home in town as the sun […]

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Community Theatre In Maine, Home Grown Small Town Entertainment.

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The end of the month a small Northern Maine community theatre group I am part of travels to see another Penobscot Theatre stage presentation. Visit the Penobscot Theatre website and learn more about their mission statement. “To produce high-quality, professional works of theatre that inspire the imagination and cultivate a lifelong passion for the art […]

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Spring In Maine, Need Help With Your Relocation, The Move?

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Spring is a time of hope, restored faith and a perfect season to relocate, move to Maine. Are you happy where you live now? Has the thought of Maine relocation, moving to Vacationland land been bouncing around in your brain cells from time to time? Far too often? Often all we don’t have in Maine […]

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Clap Your Hands, Stomp Your Feet | Happy And You Know It In Maine.

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Where you live has a big bearing on how rich your life plays out. The enjoyment, fulfillment and personal satisfaction squeezed from the way things roll in your surroundings. It is different for everyone because no one is an identical snow flake right? But consider you live in a city not Maine with a stressful […]

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You Hear The Wind, No Motor | Maine Soap Box Derby Racing.

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This is the 20th year for the Northern Maine Soap Box Derby Racing Program. Attended a planning meeting for this year’s race in June last night in Houlton Maine, the state race venue for any boy or girl wanting to participate in the downhill event. The driver learns a lot about mechanics in he process […]

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Tiny Homes In Maine, How Small Is Strait-Jacket Living?

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Could you live comfortably in 300 square feet or even less in your Maine home? Here are some plans, designs for tiny homes, houses. Less space for living could mean easier to heat, clean, maintained. But cabin fever is a dangerous condition. Even with a cribbage board, deck of cards. Although most Mainers spend most […]

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