That's what everyone in Bridgton was asking after my husband's would-be scarecrow became a local celebrity. Image subjects: 7 photos of Henry, a scarecrow/dummy dressed and posed at various tasks around the house Location: Bridgeton
The meticulously rendered Maine paintings of artist Jerri Finch are at last winning the recognition they deserve. Image subjects: Jerri Finch in her studio Painted quilt depicting Belfast Harbor artist Jerri Finch using an airbrush patchwork on painting painting of Sutton Island bridge painting of bridge
In one courageous strike, Kent Wommack, of the Nature Conservancy, has secured a chunk of the North Woods almost as large as Baxter State Park. Image subjects: Kent Wommack shoreline along the St. John St. John River Kent Wommack sitting on the shore of the St. John Location: St. John River
Local shoppers are raving about it and tourists are already flocking to it. Image subjects: view of selling area of Portland Public Market fish stall at Portland Public Market bread stall at Portland Public Market flower stall at Portland Public Market Location: Portland
Amid a seaside village bent on reinventing itself, a stately inn still prospers by purveying the comforts and hospitality of an earlier day. Image subjects: front of the Whitehall Inn bedroom in Whitehall Inn Dewing family at Whitehall Inn dining room in Whitehall Inn with chef Don Chambers lobby area
Maine's most complete list of marinas and boating facilities.
You can laze about all you want, but this is one Maine resort town where you can always find something fun to do. Image subjects: waterfront with schooner and tour boat at dock playing golf climbing on rocky coast dancing at Carmen Verandah Schooner "Margaret Todd shopping at Sherman's book store Aboard
Even W.C. Fields would probably argue that the new Maine plate is a big improvement over the one featuring a dead lobster.
For Kathy Finnegan and Tim Harrison, selling lighthouse books and souvenirs in Wells is but on way to fund their single-minded crusade to save lighthouses. Image subjects: Kathy Finnegan along side merchandise in Lighthouse Depot lighthouse souvenirs Tim Harrison and bookshelf of books on lighthouses
So many desperate rum-runners once dumped their cases of hooch into the waters off Maine's easternmost town that today an enterprising couple is making a living from sea glass. Location: Lubec