At a Maine island summer camp, one urban exile learns a valuable lesson (if not any French).
In our farmhouses and our fields, stories of the past still linger.
On being there — and being present — at the first moment of spring thaw.
Kim Ridley reflects on life and death in this moving personal essay.
Adapting to a North Woods deep freeze is not without its pleasures.
Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making ski trip plans.
What does a happily married couple do when they find out their marriage never happened?
When you’re rebuilding an old rock wall, it’s not just the backaches that endure.
Author Wendy Weiger seeks a place for quiet meditation in the Maine woods.
Getting to the edge is easy. Making the leap is something else entirely.
Remembering my father’s stories — and his fondness for potatoes.
How one couple fell hard for the unlikeliest of love nests.