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    Spring adventures on Peaks Island pt. II

    Capturing small-town moments on Peaks Island. The beauty of brilliant sunsets, charming cottages and rustic small town life that draws the rest of us across on the ferry. Read on

    Posted: March 20, 2014
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    Spring adventures on Peaks Island

    A two-day vacation on Peaks Island. The waves come rolling in. The sun glimmers off the hull of the boat. We stare back towards the city we just came from - contemplating if we'll ever go back.... Read on

    Posted: March 18, 2014
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    Spring camping – it's coming!

    Let's pretend it's not snowing outside today and just focus on the fact Spring is only eight days away. A little remaining snow on the ground is no reason to stay indoors all weekend long, even if you are a fair-weather outdoorsman. Read on

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    Posted: March 12, 2014
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    Ice bowling

    When you arrive to your local lake at lunch and the rest of the fishermen are leaving - that may be a bad sign for your day's fishing luck. As for me, I make the most of any situation. Today, I concoct a friendly game of ice bowling with our fishing party. Simple rules apply. Read on

    Posted: March 6, 2014
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    To-do: Maine Maple Sunday

    March 23 is Maine Maple Sunday, a Maine tradition. Farms across the state hold open houses and allows the public to tour their shops. A behind the scenes look into a larger scale operation is interesting - trucks collecting sap, large boilers, and the stacks of firewood fueling the operation. Read on

    Posted: March 4, 2014
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    Sinking ice shacks

    Unfortunately for this unlucky fisherman, his shack found itself on ever-shrinking ice and was slowly sinking near the shoreline. As a dash of warm weather mixed with heavy rain, practice caution. Read on

    Posted: February 28, 2014
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    Moon in the morning: Portland

    The moon hangs high and watchful over a quiet Portland in the early AM hours. It's the early sunrises like this, near our lighthouses, that make you grateful to be a Mainer. Read on

    Posted: February 25, 2014
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    Ultimate connection to nature

    Fishing is my ultimate connection to nature, so without hesitation I agreed to a two-day ice fishing trip with long-time friend and Registered Maine Guide, Steve. If only the snow holds off... Read on

    Posted: February 22, 2014
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    12 scenic Maine barns (part two)

    Whether it's a farm supplying the neighborhood with produce and livestock or it's an old barn stacked with firewood to keep a family warm this winter - each has a story if we dare open our eyes. Read on

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    Posted: February 19, 2014
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    Maine Barns pt. 1

    Behind every barn is a story. Behind every story sits a family. Here are a few that I've captured along the way. Read on

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    Posted: February 15, 2014