Tag Archives: Acadia

There’s no research like being there

Late Friday afternoon I was piddling around, trying to get some writing and other stuff done, when a realization struck me: It was a gloomy, cold and rainy Friday of Memorial Day weekend. Yeah, I know, when isn’t it? But … Continue reading

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The Acadian Expulsion

Vaughn C. Hardacker here: In my last blog I wrote about one of my more infamous ancestors, Lizzie Andrew Borden (1860 – 1927). The familial link to Lizzie was only one of the surprises I got while doing a detailed … Continue reading

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Acadia the Lobster, With a Candlestick, In the Lighthouse

Kate Flora here, exhibiting typical February madness. So of course you are wondering what on earth the title of this blog means? Well, here it is in a nutshell: Part of what has been keeping me chained to my chair … Continue reading

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The Great Indoors

Hello, it’s Sarah Graves, again, this time coming to you from The Great Indoors, which is what February is turning into in Eastport, Maine. It is if you want to keep your bones unbroken and your ligaments untorn anyway; every walking … Continue reading

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Mr. Rockefeller’s Roads — by Lea Wait

It all started, I was told by a Mainer with 5 generations of Bar Harbor carpenters in her genes, with a stubborn, pregnant, woman.  Never mind that her father-in-law was the founder of Standard Oil. Never mind that she could have … Continue reading

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Visiting Grandma in Maine – When Grandma is an Author

Lea Wait I’m Lea Wait, and, like most of us, I wear several hats. On this blog, I’m a mystery author. To others, I’m a children’s author. To my family I’m a wife, mother of four, and grandma to eight. So far as most of my family is concerned, I’m … Continue reading

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