Tag Archives: rural Maine

Harold and Kumar took a Pass, But Bill and Ted Came Along on My Excellent Adventures

John Clark on the day following the election, feeling like a winner even though I only received 35% of the votes cast in Maine House District 105. How can that be? Read on. It started with a message on my … Continue reading

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Remote, but Connected-The other Maine

John Clark slowly melting like the Wicked Witch of the West on a brutal August afternoon. After three months out knocking on doors and listening to people in Somerset County, any doubts about there being two Maines are long gone. … Continue reading

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Semi-wilderness Saturday

John Clark sharing the excursion Beth and I took last Saturday. While we’ve visited a great deal of Maine, neither of us had explored the chunk that lies north of the Airline and east of I-95 save for a trip … Continue reading

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Fun Facts about Foreign Editions

Kaitlyn here, but since I’ve yet to have any foreign language editions of my mysteries, I’m blogging today under the two other names I use for writing, Kate Emerson and Kathy Lynn Emerson. This post was prompted by the fact … Continue reading

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