News of Maine's Coast and Islands
A guest, self-described as a devotee of the occult, was asked to check through the house for spirit hot spots...
They served gallons of hand-roasted Guatemalan coffee, dozens of egg sandwiches and baked goods, and their Chai latte was a fan favorite.
“You have this basically open-water meadow aquifer that’s only several feet above sea level.” —Peter Slovinsky
One large turkey outnumbered the remaining three of us, and it smelled awfully good, so that was that.
It will take a little more effort, flexibility, and fortitude to live here now.
Cheryl Crowley offers a vivid metaphor for her work in her small island community. “It’s like painting a house. I hate all the scraping. But then,” after the final coat is applied, it’s “Ahhhh!”
We want our children to see coyote in a whole new light.
What makes our space unique is that we have no librarian, and the doors are always kept unlocked.
Hotels, motels, and inns along the Maine coast, many of which have shuttered their windows for the season, have varying reports on how well their businesses fared over the spring, summer, and fall.