Wednesday April 16th 2014

5 Questions With...

Holly Nunan

1

How did you get here?

I’m a Mainah through and through. My mum’s from Wells, my dad is from Saco, so I spent a lot of time kicking it in southern Maine. I went to college in Vermont, which surprisingly isn’t that different from Maine and once I returned home I packed my bags and headed for the big city – Portland. I’ve been making an arse of myself all around this town ever since.
2

Describe your Maine in three words...

Majestic, musical and changing.
3

If you had just 24 hours left in Maine, what would you do?

I’d like to say that I’d hike Mount Katahdin or
something totally inspiring, but I’d probably rent a car, go up to Rangeley for a bit, bowl at Moose Alley, come back down south, paddle boat around Mirror Lake in West Newfield (where I grew up), eat some Pier Fries in OOB and hang out on the beach at Bayview until my time was up.
4

Is there anything about Maine you’d change?

The winters because even though I’ve experienced almost three decades of Maine winters, they’re still always too long and too cold.
5

What makes a true Mainer?

A true Mainer loves Red Snappers, jorts and their Bean boots, bub.