Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state
Whether by river, lake, or sea, being atop a paddle board affords higher perspective (good for wildlife spotting) and also easy access in and out of the water (making cooling off easy). There are protected, calm harbors and inlets for
From Stonington on Deer Isle, Isle au Haut with boat-woman and author Linda Greenlaw, off we go.
Yachting Solutions in Rockport transforms old boats into modern marvels.
The fog is a shifting entity, moving across the Isle Au Haut thoroughfare with a seeming sense of purpose.
The small brick building in the heart of Lewiston’s mill district is easy to miss if you’re not watching for it. But listen for the music and look for the sunny patio, where there might be a barbecue in full
Outside on Shore Road in Ogunquit, in the late afternoon heat, tourists are leaving the beach with chairs, tote bags, and sleepy children on shoulders. Inside, at Five-O, all is calm, cool, and relaxed. The popular restaurant, just a block
Family ties on the Portland Waterfront
A father-son team builds a houseboat made for off-the-grid, on-the-water living.