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A French Toast Alerts System might prove handy here in Maine, too. Or a Ryan's Irish Cream Alert System. Both are swell on a snow day. But weather forecasters are helpful to listen to, too. And they're projecting quite the storm for Friday into Saturday. Events are being canceled. Driving anxiety is beginning to build. And people are starting to despair. I mean, it's a storm! What are we gonna do!?!? Read on
Why didn't something like this exist when I was a kid? I coulda been somebody! Atelier Stitch is offering a five-week summer camp for aspiring fashionistas. They'll learn how to use patterns and sew their own garments. Sound like something your son or daughter would love? More details right this way. Read on
"It starts snowing in November and we don't see the ground again until May." An old roommate once described a Maine winter that way. And while it may historically be true, the winters of recent memory - and, like, right now - don't seem keen on abiding by the six-months-of-snow-covered-ground rule. It's been warm-ish in Maine's southern parts. The snow has melted. And the snowshoeing? Not great at the moment, unless you head farther west or north. So what does one do to keep occupied in Winter when the snow is being elusive? This stuff: Read on
Folks who don't typically shapeshift with the appearance of the full moon will appreciate the uphill trek to Mt. Abram's peak, where music and mountain revelry await during the Full Moon Hike. There's a heated lodge up there, not that you'll need it. The 50-minute climb will raise your body temp & inspire periodic disrobing. Read on