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“Now whales are being found in great abundance in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.”
As I quickly learned on Monhegan, two weeks in the summer is only a small part of the full picture of island life.
Construction, following all permitting, is expected to be completed in 2023.
In the August issue, we ran a photo of the U.S. Coast Guard vessel Cowslip calling at Monhegan Island. Reader Dick de Grasse of Islesboro writes:
Obviously, returning to traditional life-ways doesn’t pay the way tourist industry jobs do…
Each section includes “Maine Rest Stops” where Brechlin spotlights some element of Maine…
There is no quick fix and it’s going to be hard, but the economy will come back stronger…
It is the most erotic punctuation save, of course, the exclamation point.