Posts Tagged ‘maine lakes’

How To Get Rid Of Geese At Your Lake Property In Maine.

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Geese be gone, how to get rid of goosey goosey gander when they wander on to your property on a Maine lake. At first, when a mom, dad, a couple kids in a Canadian geese family float by, folks are excited. In a good way. On shore the floating family of geese seem to be […]

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Lake Living In Maine, The Pace Is Easy Does It, Kick Back Relax.

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The rules of lake living in Maine are short and sweet. Keep it simple. Lots of outdoor cooking. Family, friends, all the food home made and scrumptious. The living room is outdoors. The open deck up back waiting. Circle of rocks down front where nightly fires happen are both popular places. So is getting in, […]

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Going To Flying Pond, New Area Of Maine To Explore.

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Traveling is fun and enlightening outside Maine but instate it can take a lifetime to discover the local turf. Next weekend have a family reunion to attend in Flying Pond and know zip about that area of Maine. For starters, I am very familiar with local recreational waterfront options like Drews Lake that got plied, […]

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Adjustments, Dialing In New Mindset, Attitude, Approach To Situations.

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Nothing stays the same and we journey through seasons in life. Experiences collected, most involving other people. Mixed in with plenty of four season outdoor settings. Drop dead gorgeous scenery, vistas when lucky enough to live in Maine. Tap into her natural, unfiltered beauty. But lots going on right inside a person who watches, listens, […]

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Me In Maine Blog | The Healing Power Of A Maine Lake.

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When you live in a rural under populated, not spoiled or over developed state like Maine, there is a greater awareness of your surroundings. An increased respect for what God has provided, entrusted you and me with for a natural setting. We strive to be good stewards in Maine, pass along those natural surroundings in […]

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