The cabin isn’t much bigger than an ice-fishing shack, but the four of us—including an eight-year-old boy full of snowbound energy—are spending a winter weekend in a Hancock County camp for some food, fires, and fishing.
On a summer day after lunch, we park our station wagon, unload the bikes, and I’m already thinking about the trains. Washington Junction is a rambling rail yard of sheds, lots, and remnant and restored train cars a couple of … Continue reading
Whatever your level of experience, fishing spots around the state offer the peace, quiet, and time in nature that those who love casting a line out on the water seek. 01 Sebago Lake | Cumberland County Maine’s deepest lake is … Continue reading
FEATURE-November + December 2009 Written + Photographed by Jonathan Levitt March 2009 I’m driving up the spine of the coast, driving from western Massachusetts, driving with the heat on and the windows down. I’m driving with dog hair in … Continue reading