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Fresh, Real Time, In The Moment Living In Maine.

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You know the feeling of being on the road, thinking snackage. Crossing Maine, even at 75 miles per hour on the Interstate 95 system takes time to cover ground. Hungry, stopped at a gas station to fuel up the whatever you drive has to happen. The wheel you twist, turn. Iron you push up and […]

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Saving Money Running A Small Maine Town.

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Maine has 108 small towns, and the pride in these scattered, spaced communities is fierce. But as the economic realities hit home and change does not happen to react or respond to them, the community flywheel of industry and commerce slows. Strained because what adjustments could be done are not. And red ink bleeding out, […]

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The Maine Fair Italian Sausage Smothered In Grilled Onions, Green Peppers.

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The Fourth of July in Maine. There is no wrong way to celebrate the nation’s birthday. The day of independence, freedom and the beginning of the waving the red, white and blue. But if you have nothing lined up, are looking for a memorable experience, a low cost holiday celebration, Maine should be dialed in […]

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Not A Revenue Problem, It’s A Spending Habit Foreign To Living In Maine.

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Maine is not an affluent state money wise but rich, bank rolled heavily in natural beauty treasures. Loaded to the gills with outdoor no cost, low expense recreational options all four seasons. Turn on the tube, twist on the radio, thumb through the national newspapers. Lots of hub bub, wall to wall discussion, opinion on […]

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Do Your Insides Match Your Outside?

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The you that John Q Public sees, thinks they know, does your outside match your inside? If you are busy making a living, raising a family, trying to squeeze in a vacation now and then. To make sure to get to church, say your prayers, count your blessings, maybe the inside of you still does […]

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Maine, The Setting Leads To Personal Enrichment.

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Develop what you already have deep inside but locked up, if not worked on daily. Sounds like wise enough advice right? Maintenance of your inner workings to maximize the experience during the short time on Earth. Like lifting the hood on the car, truck, SUV you drive to check the fluid levels. Adjust the richness, […]

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Maine Ten Year High School Reunions… Beware Of Snarky.

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Had your tenth Maine high school reunion yet? So many classmates are glad to see you and want to catch up on what is happening in your life. But a few that tool in with exotic cars and long stories of adventures as big as life can become a little snarky. Critical of small town […]

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Life’s Bumper Car Experience, Who In Audience Is On The Ride With ME?

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When you are a new born child, brought in to a warm healthy loving Maine home, the world revolves around that precious package wrapped in baby sized pink or blue blankets. People you meet in public toting your bundle of joy for all to see start to coo. Their voice raised an octave or two. […]

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You’re Lucky If You Grow Up In A Rural, Less Populated State Like Maine.

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Being raised in a smaller, rural state like Maine has lots of advantages. Besides the rock bound Maine coastal way of life, the mountainous sections of Vacationland, many areas rely on woods and agriculture production. Two industries that are pretty essential and age old. That have both become highly technical like most things in today’s […]

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Crusty, A Little Obstinate Sometimes Way Maine Protrayed.

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You know the joke about an out of stater lost along the coast of Maine asking a local how do you get to (fill in, pick the ME location). And after a long pause, dead pan expression, the guy in the overalls, piece of hay dangling out of the side of his mouth drawls after […]

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