Tag Archives: Maine winters

Beginnings and Endings …

Lea Wait, here, wishing everyone a Happy 2016! In the part of my life labelled “books and writing,” it’s a busy week. It’s publication week (although copies from on-line retailers started winging their ways to readers last week) for the … Continue reading

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Maine Winters

Lea Wait, here – and, yes, I’m in Maine. If you live in Maine, people from away often ask: Do you stay there all year? If the answer is “yes,” then you’ll often see a shaking head and the comment, … Continue reading

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The Dreaded Middle

Hey, it’s Sarah Graves, here, and it’s that time, again: I’m in the middle of writing a book, and Maine is in the middle of trying to freeze and/or depress me to death. Because first of all, I don’t know … Continue reading

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A Heartfelt Plea, Sort Of

In downeast Maine, the late autumn’s unaccustomed mildness has been good for some local tradespeople. It’s too chilly for outdoor house painting, but not for carpenters, roofers, or even excavators to hustle around comfortably, getting another job done and socking … Continue reading

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