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

June 28, 2017
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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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The State Of Maine Soap Box Derby Race Is In Houlton Maine.

June 15, 2017
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The state venue for the Maine Soap Box Derby Race is Houlton Maine. Derby racing is not new to the Pine Tree State. Since 1934 when the big national race started in Akron Ohio, through out the years Maine fielded a crop of new racers. Boys and girls that competed for the chance to head […]

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Living In A Small Maine Town, What’s It Like?

June 4, 2017
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Small town living In Maine, how does it different than be surrounded by people in an impersonal city setting? There are so many differences. Ask people what they like most about small Maine town living and nine times out of ten the answer is the connection. With others living in that small Maine town. There […]

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Living In A Small Maine Town, What’s It Like?

June 4, 2017
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Small town living In Maine, how does it different than be surrounded by people in an impersonal city setting? There are so many differences. Ask people what they like most about small Maine town living and nine times out of ten the answer is the connection. With others living in that small Maine town. There […]

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The Trip To Quebec City Canada A Short One When Living In Maine.

May 31, 2017
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When you live in Maine, there is so much at your finger tips to enjoy in a place like not many others. The coast line, the vast woods, the rolling farm fields and all the lakes, wildlife and smaller, but friendlier population of Maine boasts much. But the option to hop across the border and […]

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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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