News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Not to brag, but I’m pretty sure I could conduct open heart surgery with a Lull forklift at this point.
When you live on an island, a task as simple as buying food requires forethought and logistical prowess, sure signs of adulting.
I had a ten-pound bag of flour and time on my hands, so I decided to make my own Cranberry Isles sourdough starter.
This event is when I first started feeling I had a place in Frenchboro’s community. The night was goofy, fun and unbelievably authentic.
There seems to be more creativity here, an abundance of imagination and expression.
Not only was Steve arranging to get me to Vinalhaven on schedule, he was helping me find someone to fix my tire.
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I was suppressing the myriad feelings and thoughts that kept bubbling up. I hadn’t eaten for many hours, but my body didn’t notice. With my eyes closed, I pictured myself back on Chebeague Island.
Being an Island Fellow is pretty awesome. You get to live and serve in one of the most beautiful places in the world, with some of the best people you’ll ever meet. However, like anything in life, there are some rules that must be followed.
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It is the solitude and opportunity for reflection that I find myself missing on occasion in the bustle of July and August.