Reflecting on these experiences in our rearview, I feel a deep sense of gratitude, and loyalty, to the roads that have delivered us to our destinations.
A father designs an accessible, energy-efficient home for his quadriplegic daughter.
A late–19th-century neighborhood chapel is transformed into an airy, eclectic home.
They spent years getting to know their land as campers, so when it came time to build, they knew exactly what they wanted.
A meditation on a garden pest.
With a popular blog and three books, Lisa Steele is spreading the gospel of (pretty) backyard chicken keeping.
A longtime champion of local artisans and makers, Martha Stewart reveals her top product picks from around the state.
Green-thumbed friends gather among vegetable beds for a laid-back meal in a Phippsburg potting shed.
Looking back at Edsel and Eleanor Ford’s landmark Seal Harbor home.
Situated east of downtown Freeport and accessible only by foot through a mile-long wooded path, Pettengill Farm has stood hidden from the modern world for over 200 years.
For descendants of Maine’s 19th-century Finnish immigrants, the sauna ritual has lost none of its sanctity.
Built with straw bales, a Mount Desert Island home is practical, energy efficient, and beautiful.