Home for the holidays and all the days

I recently saw an article about Thanksgiving hacks. It suggested taking any leftover pie, blending it with ice cream, and making a Thanksgiving pie milkshake. First of all, what leftover pie? Who on earth has leftover pie on Thanksgiving? When I moved to Maine, I knew that I would be a solid distance from my […]

Fall in Maine: unlike any other

Every year, Fall catches me off guard. It’s usually somewhere around the last week of August when I suddenly realize, Summer is almost over. Of course, summers in Maine are no joke. Summer is the season of canoeing the many lakes and rivers, or laying out in the sun, or rolling the windows all the […]

Belfast: a quintessential view of Maine

When most people “from away” think of Maine, they tend to picture widen open spaces of rolling hills and potato farms, or thick forests of evergreens. They may think of lumbering moose with their comical faces, or Bar Harbor, teaming with tourists and cruise boats through the summers. I was one of those people “from […]