Archive for October, 2016

Maine, Big State, Low Population | Spend Time Finding You In ME.

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In the 1960’s there were fists raised high, shaking them at the Establishment. Peace man, lava lights, bell bottoms, free loving the one you’re with, draft card and flag burning. Hell no, we won’t go. And many tie dyed t-shirt and headband lads and lassies needing a bath hopped the border into Canada to avoid […]

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Tips For Moving To A Small Maine Town, What To Remember.

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You climbed the corporate ladder and are coming back to the state where you were raised, Maine. This blog post is not so much for the local that left and returned. More geared for the never been here for a long stint of time. Just maybe liked the place because of a few vacation stop […]

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What’s It Like Living In A Small Maine Town?

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Life in a small Maine town. Too slow for some, just a dream never realized to others. What’s important in your life has constants. No matter where you live. But there is a shift in how much of this, how little of that we desire. To improve the life experience. Maine is outdoor living all […]

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The Falls Colors In Maine, Your A Foliage Leaf Peeker?

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The colors of fall, do you find you have favorite ones you look for as you drive and leaf peek? Some Maine fall foliage colors just grab your attention more than others. Deep red trees hidden among the other explosive colors of a Maine harvest. Those stand out as “wow” and rich. But the trees […]

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Kennebunkport Maine, One Of The Coastline Jewels.

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Mention the word “Maine”, and here come the seacoast towns and beach regions that cause much of the audience excitement. But ask for the show of hands to figure out the favorite section of sand or craggy rocked bound coastline of Maine and the results vary greatly. Because people are so different. The sound of […]

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