Beach and boating season may be over until next year, but autumn in Maine, when the sun is bright and the air is crisp, is the ideal season for a hike. These easy-to-moderate hikes are all near good places for lunch—a just reward for getting out there and hitting the trail. Don’t forget to bring a water bottle and wear blaze orange during hunting season.
Ageless Maine is the magazine for people over 50 who look at their life as one filled with adventure, joy, and discovery. This is the magazine for people who have learned from their experiences and fearlessly and energetically look forward to the years that lie ahead—and to getting the most out of every moment. Ageless will cover topics that matter—from responsible investment strategies, to adjusting to being an empty nester, to wellness tips that will help you live life to its fullest. And each month we’ll profile your contemporaries who are still making a difference. You are active, you are engaged, and you are ageless.
After 35 years in food, Waldoboro caterer Laura Cabot still thinks about what’s next
Quilter Kate Adams and Woodworker Bob Collins take DIY to a high level at their home and garden in Kennebunkport
Friends of Aroostook and Dale Flewelling harvest farm fresh produce for Mainers in need
Governor Janet Mills on her administration’s plans and policies to benefit older Mainers—and the state as a whole.
A Boothbay couple creates a love story in fiber and stone
With a Charitable Gift Annuity, Camden Couple Continues to Serve the Community
Wood-fired pizza and cross-country skiing draw beer enthusiasts to Oxbow Brewing Company’s latest outpost in Oxford
The Bicycle Coalition of Maine partners with AARP Maine’s Age-Friendly Communities
Roxana Robinson finds her inspiration on Mount Desert Island