Location

The Final Frontier

FEATURE - May 2015

by Kathleen Pierce

Photography: Ezra Wolfinger

 

The peaceful end-of-day setting on Willard Beach in South Portland

There are many Maines. And there are many real estate markets: farm and city, coast and mountains, inland and island. But Maine is unvarying in regards to spirit, attitude, and a way of life that spurs so many to put down roots, seek shelter, and start anew.

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Allagash Canoe

May 2015

By: Sandy Lang

Photography by: Peter Frank Edwards

In the North Maine Woods we join the (scout) pack and start paddling.

 

Silver. The river, and sky, and the trees on the shores of Umsaskis Lake are a chilled, wet wash of silver.

 

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Capture: Otter Cliff in Acadia National Park

April 2015

Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state

Yegor Malinovskii is the market president for Berlin City Auto Group. For this photograph he used a Nikon D800E with a 14-24 lens at an aperture of F/11 and a shutter speed of 1/10 of a second.

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Maine Camps Listing

April 2015

A Comprehensive Guide

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Farm Stay: Freeport

April 2015

By: Sandy Lang
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

Hens are clucking in the barn and cows are grazing on the grassy pastures with ocean views at Wolfe's Neck Farm and its recompense shore campground. This historic saltwater farm on Casco Bay is a gift to the public from former owners interested in conservation and organic farming.

Bales and sunshine with David Herring, executive director at Wolfe’s Neck Farm

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Maine Spirit

March 2015

By: Katy Kelleher
Photography: Nicole Wolf

The forerunner of the temperance movement is now home to some of the most exciting names in craft distilling. With source ingredients from the humble potato to the wild blueberry, these forward-thinking companies are bringing locally grown products off the farm and into your flask.

Ian Michaud of Liquid Riot Bottling Company

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Flavors of Blue

March 2015

By: Sandy Lang
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

It’s a farm-to-table world and people in Blue Hill—the town and the peninsula—naturally make connections to what’s local and fresh. Food traditions here go way back to the land (and sea). For the weekend, we follow winding roads on the Blue Hill Peninsula to fields and pastures, shops and restaurants to see what’s growing and cooking on the coast.

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