Posts Tagged ‘small maine town living’

Parades, Fourth Of July In Small Maine Towns.

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The connection of small Maine towns. Some folks argue they don’t like the vibe. The connection that somehow everyone in the small Maine town is wired jointly in a myriad of ways. Beyond just the DNA strands that share common genetic make up. Many who move, relocate to Maine comment on the closeness with fondness […]

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The Toxin That Can Stunt, Cripple A Small Maine Town.

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Don’t let the blog post title throw you off track. Not about some shuttered, boarded up industrial factory in Maine that goes belly up. Not about contaminated soil and heavy metals, PCB’s. And in the wake of the defunct, rusting status and emptiness, the sea of pink slips, a major hole that is made from […]

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Life Goes On, Small Maine Towns Help The Hurt.

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Large crowded areas, high concentrations of people are not so connected with each other. Small Maine town rural living is way way different. More intimate, open, life freely shared, on a more personal level. I was at a Maine State REALTORS Convention & Trade Show this week to learn, network and improve my career. And […]

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Bartering And Hey, What If There Was Less Inflation?

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Do you have skills, talents beyond just what you do in the primary chase, hunt down? In the bag and tag of the weekly paycheck? What you may have a background, a degree, training of some type in. That all around you just automatically associated with you. When they think of when it’s time to […]

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Watching, Learning, Growing Up Bumping Into A Maine Sign Painter.

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Small Maine towns are filled with lots of interesting people that make the communities sparkle, special, different. The career path for one young lad in one small Maine town in Aroostook County started early. Always drawing, sketching. Guiding either a number two graphite lead or colored pencil in his hands. Eventually dabbling in paint colors. […]

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The Mother Ship’s Eerie Bright Blue Belly Light Snapped On.

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Hovering, then slowly descending, the ship lands in a small hidden rear Maine farm field. Underneath, the craft’s intense wash of blue light stops. The alien crew inside away from planet Earth for thirty years. It’s mission to return. Study, observe and document the day to day changes, advances, attitudes of the inhabitants. Like a […]

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What About ME ?

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When you raise kids in Maine, you teach them there is a big wide open World out there to explore, discover. To sample in the journey of life. The many neat people we bump into along the ride. And things rub off that help shape a person from the experiences, conversations your kids have in […]

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Maine. Give Me The Big Picture, Don’t Leave Anything Out.

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Life comes with pressure. Most we can look in the mirror. Take much of the blame from ourselves. Let’s face it. Level with me. We just pack too heavy. Adding to the extra baggage of life. Both the trip bag weight, piece count. Forgetting what’s important. Like too many trips to the beat the buffet […]

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Rattling The Cage Of A Small Maine Town’s Economy.

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The forces that help or hurt the sustained economy, smart growth of a small Maine town. It may not at first hit you as a titillating topic headline. But it should cause a pitter patter, lub dub increase deep down inside all small Maine town community dwellers. Because it is vital, life and death important […]

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Maine Towns With Airports, Houlton Is One Of Them.

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Maine has 108 small towns. And all are anxious to prosper, to at least keep their current population or better yet grow. Maine towns compete for business. Having a local airport like the one in Houlton Maine located right on the US – Canadian border is one attractive asset to hold in your marketing cards. […]

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