Archive for August, 2016

When You Live In Maine, Your Foot Is Not Nailed To The Floor.

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Maine is one big state and when you live here, it is like a multi faceted dream come true. Because you get to sample lots of very distinct areas. All friendly people but the closer to the southern border of the state you get, a little more traffic happens. The cost of living goes up. […]

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Living In Maine, Small Rural Town Decision Making.

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Common sense and being forward thinking are two skills true dyed in the wool Mainers possess in great supply. Small Maine towns survive if resistance to change is removed, if creative brainstorming is done. To figure out what do we do now? Way way before arriving at that all important crossroad that makes it do […]

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Taking Money Out Of The Equation | Simple Maine Living.

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During an election year, like hail, lots of activity pelts a person off the beaten path even in Maine. The robo phone calls from Presidential hopefuls as everything gets racheted up approaching the early November elections. But when less voters live in a rural state, to pull the curtain and fill in the spaces, when […]

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The Love Affair With Maine Cars, Trucks, Tractors.

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When you grow up in a small rural state like Maine. Where the ability to fix things, keep them going not just plunk down the cash to replace them, an attachment grows. To our Maine cars, trucks, tractors, anything with or without a motor on it. I have a super M farm tractor I feel […]

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Maine, Start Small, Get Big Without Debt.

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Living in Maine, the idea of relocating here starts with vacations, the eye candy. Lots of Maine images splash online to tease and entice. But when the dream of living in Maine full time won’t go away, needs a little action, how to do it best? Start small, think big and steer clear of the […]

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