News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Repeating activities gives us opportunities to observe how variables can affect the outcome.
There was plenty of friendly and frank talk about the business of being an old-fashioned kind of organization…
My grandmother’s spatula can slide between a frying pan and a pancake without driving into it like a snowplow.
I’d rather eat an egg or three than a burger any day.
Old island apple trees, along with their counterparts on the mainland, have outdone themselves this year.
Sometimes I suspect that the word “work” is code for “paying attention” and “spending time.”
They worked, smart phones at their sides, talked with each other incessantly, laughing. I loved it.
Turns out that wood sorrel mixed with domestic sorrel makes a spectacularly snappy sorrel soup.
Some Downeast school kids growing up in the early and middle 20th century might have traded a lobster sandwich for a baloney one at lunch time.