Where In Maine?
This Far East oasis is worth a visit at anytime of the year.
The rest of the town may bustle, yet time all but stops here...
Recognize this faux fisherman on his Down East post?
Recognize this lighthouse that has served as inspiration for artists and writers?
Think you recognize this historic hamlet and its 1820s Congregational Church?
Not many ski areas have views like this. Sel Hannah, the world-famous designer who laid out these runs, even calls this particular skyway "by far the most scenic" of the one thousand trails and three hundred ski areas he's created. And there's no better time to see it than when the hillsides are hung
Vermont might like to think of itself as the foliage capital of New England, but it's lacking one thing only Maine can provide - the glorious contrast of blue-green saltwater. This tidal river in the midcoast, separating two closely entwined communities, is a prime example. It's one of two major Maine
Where in Maine?
Those genteel Maine rusticators of the last century always had a thing for teahouses. And this 1915 stone building, perched atop a hill overlooking one of the state's most famous bays, is one example. It was designed by famed landscape architect Hans Heistad, who immigrated to this country from Oslo
Where in Maine?
Let's make it clear before you even get started that your answer is incorrect. Katahdin, you're saying, plain as blueberry pie. And yes, that is the state's highest peak, the Mountain of the People of Maine, the Greatest Mountain, terminus of the Appalachian Trail. The question, however, is this: What
Where in Maine
This diminutive outpost doesn't seem quite sturdy enough to stop rampaging French and Indians, does it? Luckily, this blockhouse was only one small part of a much larger fort, which was built in 1754 to protect the locals from just such an attack. The structure was sufficiently stout to survive for centuries