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"Baby, it's Cold Outside!" or "10 Ways to Keep Busy During A Maine Winter" - 01/30/09 12:50 PM
As I sit here writing this post it's a balmy 24 degrees in Phippsburg, Maine and there's an additional 8 inches of fresh snow. Some people find this invigorating, and can't wait to hit the slopes, grab a sled, or hit their favorite frozen pond. But if you're one of those people who want to experience the magic of Mid Coast Maine from a warmer spot, then this list is for you. 10 Ways To Keep Busy During A Maine Winter!
1. Visit the Patton Free Library! The library is always a little more crowded in the wintertime. The library offers an amazing array of activities (6 comments)
Did you know that Maine's Acadia National Park is the second most visited park in the United States...second only to Yellowstone? It's true! Located along the rocky coast, Acadia National Park encompasses over 47,000 acres of granite domed mountains, deep forests, lakes, ponds, and ocean shoreline. The variety of terrain offers outdoor recreation opportunities that are unparalleled along the Eastern Coast! Hike to the top of Cadillac Mountain, enjoy a sunrise over Frenchman's Bay, or wet your line in one of the numerous lakes and ponds. The park also features over 40 miles of tree lined carriage roads as well as (2 comments)
What is a Vernal Pool and Why Do I Care? - 01/22/09 07:37 PM
What is a vernal pool? Is it an asset to a property? Can I swim in it? Why do I even care? Well, if you're planning on buying Real Estate in Maine, you'd better care! If you buy a property that has a vernal pool on it, you could encounter restrictions on how you can develop your land. And no..you won't need your water wings! Vernal pools are small, shallow wetlands that appear only temporarily at particular times of year. Although they are only filled with water a few times a year, they are essential breeding, feeding and resting areas for 2/3 of Maine's amphibians! Frogs, turtles, (0 comments)
PHIPPSBURG ANNUAL ICE FISHING DERBY! Well boys and girls...it's that time again! One of my favorite winter sports is in full swing..time to don your long underwear, grab your gear, and head to the nearest frozen puddle! It is ....drum roll please...Ice Fishing Season! When I first moved to Maine, the thought of sitting on ice and staring at a hole was about as unthinkable to me as a hotel without a jacuzzi. But let me tell you, once you've tried it...you're hooked! Pardon the pun... If you've never been, it's not hard to get started. All you need is (0 comments)
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