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Go Fly A Kite In Maine.

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Maine. Bring the kids, add lots of seashore sand, the sound of the surf. Mix in the smell of the salt air off the coast of Maine. And if the wind is just right, take a kite skyward. Don’t forget the sunscreen. Or to go for a sail boat ride fueled by the wind. Anchor […]

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How Do You Relax In Maine?

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I have heard the expression, statement that there are only two real kinds of people in this World. If you reduced it down to peas and carrots, apples or oranges in grading people. You are either busy living, or busy dying. As Andy is told wearing prison garb faded blues. Dreaming of Mexico sitting up […]

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Rides In The Country, Through Backwoods, Farms Of Maine.

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When you are lucky enough to live full time or be able to spend vacations in Maine, it’s lots of outdoor rides in the country. To explore and discover new places. Return runs to old familiar ones too. Peaceful, simple excursions to picnic by a very verbal, babbling brook. With song birds chirping, pitching in. […]

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The Best Time To Come To Maine?

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The best time to wander into Maine if you are one of the unlucky ones forced to be on rations of vitamin “V”. Vacationland when the dose is only a week a year, a long holiday weekend stint fix is just a tease. Does not begin to knock down the addiction and only serves to […]

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You Have A Long Weekend In Maine, What To Do For Fun?

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Maine is Vacationland, the folks at the department of motor vehicles, licensing remind each and everyone one of us with that one word declaration. Along the bottom of the Maine license plates. So when you are lucky enough to be here in Maine for a weekend, one of the longer, extended ones, what to do? […]

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Good Day In Maine, Caught Four Lighthouses.

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When your kids grow up and flutter out of the nest, more time to fit in other neat stuff in Maine happens. After dropping youngest off at the Portland Jetport yesterday, the ride back to Aroostook County meant a diversion. Dial in the GPS for some Maine lighthouses. Have a quest to collect photos, experience […]

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The New Year You Plan To Be Outdoors, In Maine More.

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Spending more time outdoors in Maine, enjoying the four seasons is one healthy New Year’ resolution. And because of more space, fewer people, the cost is small or none to fill those lungs with fresh air, your eyes with incredible scenery. Come listen to the water lapping on a one of our many Maine lakes, […]

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You’ve Been To Maine… Really Now.

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Ask someone about Maine from out of state and often when they raise their hand to say they have been there, it means the coastal regions. Places like Bar Harbor, Portland, Ogunquit Maine. Or out to Peaks Island, Maine or one of the many others dotting the view off the rock bound, craggy coastline of […]

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The Best Time To Visit Maine…

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Trick question because there is no best time to visit Maine. And your particular availability depends on the balls you juggle in the game called Life. When the kids are busy in activities ranging from T-ball to horse riding to cheering camp and hockey clinics, your ability to venture out revolves around school vacations. But […]

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Maine, Spend The 4th Of July In Vacationland.

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Small Maine towns take 4th of July, other holidays pretty darn tootin’ serious. And everyone in the rural areas of Vacationland steps up to be part of the celebrations. More involved, more fun, home grown on the local level. What are you doing for the 4th of July? Need a visual and audio suggestion? Thought […]

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