Seeing Tiny Bikes With Training Wheels, Handle Bar Streamers, Parked In A Maine Door Yard.

May 21, 2017
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When spring gets underway in Maine in good shape, the activity around door yards picks up as folks tackle outdoor projects. The house maintenance and landscaping levers to repair, clean and tidy up from the ravages of winter in Maine get thrown forward hard. And while Mom, Dad or someone’s grandparents, your neighbor are busy bees […]

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Maine, A Great State To Get Lost On Purpose.

May 17, 2017
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I have a real job and it is not creating the Me In Maine blog post stream of news from up here in the upper right hand corner. And the common theme I hear more than any is “get me out of the city, away from people.” Maine is a vast state and under nourished […]

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The Great North Woods Of Maine.

May 7, 2017
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Maine is 91% timber land and venturing into the great north woods is one major recreational past time. Has always been that way since the first family settled in Maine. When it was all wooded. And where you put down roots was always next to a river, water way of some type. Because that river […]

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Take A Hike, Northern Pike And Other Illegal Game Fish.

April 30, 2017
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Largemouth bass, northern pike, rainbow smelt, black crappie … no, someone did not just hand you a Maine restaurant menu for your fish dinner choices. Illegal game fish introduced into Maine’s waterways is serious stuff. I was taking my youngest son’s black cocker spaniel Nicky for a walk early this morning and down by the […]

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Living In A Small Maine Town, The Benefits.

April 23, 2017
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Where to live, why a small Maine town? Rural living offers lots of perks and you can still take the treks to the population centers to experience whatever is a small town does not offer. Whatever the small population can not support that large urban areas can. But living with the traffic, the crime, the […]

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Fixing The Small Maine Town Economy.

April 12, 2017
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The attitude of the locals, sure Maine comedians try to exaggerate the Downeast slant that at times takes a different angle on day to day life in Vacationland. Like the Purple Clam video blogged about earlier if you drop in for the hit or miss on the post stream. Hit the Downeast hyper link  above. […]

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Getting Ready For Spring, Maine Winter Weather Winds Down.

April 5, 2017
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Spring in Maine, a time of yard work to repair the truck plowing lawn scars, to remove rocks air lifted in from the snow blower. Sides of houses pressure washed to release the sand and salt residue that clings to the exterior. And garage doors thrown open high and the interiors swamped out and organized. […]

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Moving, Relocating To Maine.

March 28, 2017
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Moving, relocating to Maine, what creates the itch needing to be scratched? And how long does the loving feeling for Maine last? What makes the longing grow stronger, dig itself deeper? Maine tugs hardest on the heart strings of those just not built to shuck and jive in a city. Maine is small town connected, helpful, […]

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Easy Does It, Keep It Simple Living In Maine.

March 19, 2017
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Maine’s magic is all about living simpler without wall to wall people invading your personal space. And you know how clutter piling up around your home can cause stress? Or the feeling of being perpetually late, pushed hard to be here, there, everywhere can overwhelm? Because you are just being pulled in too many directions. […]

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Cheap Land In Maine Prices, Less Or No Layers Of Zoning Building Codes.

March 9, 2017
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The marching to Maine to find cheap land. To run away from all the layers of players whenever you want to build the new dream home. Or add on, do the updates  when you are smack dab in the heart of an urban setting. The big attraction, the main reason besides low price tags for […]

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