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Submitted by Down East Guest B... on Wed, 07/04/2012 - 8:35am.
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As many head to Freeport this July 4th to celebrate Independence Day and L.L.Beans 100th birthday we wanted to share some recent Down East magazine material to assist you over the holiday.
For those traveling along Route 1, be sure to check out our April Issue when senior writer Virginia M. Wright drove all 527 miles and reported on the people and places along road that connects the coast. Discover the route's history, how it changes across Maine's regions, and exactly how many McDonald's you'll pass.
A summer spent touring Maine’s agricultural fairs reveals the state in all its wonder and weirdness.
Whatever your interests, there’s plenty to discover in this seaside destination.
22 Days on the Appalachian Trail.
A day at the shore is always an occasion for introspection and delight.
It’s never too early to start thinking about sending the kids on an adventure.
Even as iPods and cell phones invade our kids’ lives, Maine summer camps maintain a timeless connection with nature.
This month, 120 million people are tuning their TVs to the Biathlon World Cup in Aroostook County.
If you don’t think curling is a “real sport,” you should meet the die-hard skips and sweepers at Maine’s one and only Belfast Curling Club.
Skijoring is a thrill for skiers and spectators alike.