Tag Archives: lobster

A Trivial Pursuit

Made a trip to the other Portland this month, where triple digit temperatures poached my brain and also got me tangled up in a riot between the Patriot Boys and the Love Bugs in Tom McCall Waterfront Park. I actually … Continue reading

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Discover Our Maine Things . . .

A group post in which a group of Maine writers share some of the things/places/events/secrets that make our own Maine special. Kate Flora: My Maine thing, starting as a very small child on that farm in Union, is wild Maine blueberries. My … Continue reading

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Some of my favorite things on the Blue Hill Peninsula

By Brenda Buchanan My stop on the MCW summer tour is a place I used to live and where we still vacation – the beautiful Blue Hill Peninsula. If you aren’t quite sure where Blue Hill (no, not Mount Blue) … Continue reading

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Cabbage Island–What’s Different, What’s the Same?

by Barb, working on the front porch in Boothbay Harbor, enjoying the scenery and the lovely breezes I’ve been open about the fact that my Maine Clambake Mystery Series is “inspired by” the Cabbage Island Clambakes here in Boothbay Harbor. … Continue reading

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A Key West Primer for Mainers by Barbara Ross

Hi from the other end of the east coast. Here I am at the southernmost point in the continental United States waving to Sarah Graves who is all the way at the other end of Route One at the easternmost … 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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Oh, the Irony of it All by Vicki Doudera

I live in Maine, the land of the lobster. The famous crustacean is omnipresent, especially this time of year, adorning everything from license plates to dinner plates. Attend any summer party and there is likely to be lobster in some … 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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