Issue 114 Table of Contents
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In Search of Common Ground Ted Koffman, executive director of Maine Audubon, and his crusade for Maine. TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY DONNIE MULLEN
The Buy of the Century Two young men plus a $200 sloop equals one Ogunquit summer to remember. BY DAVE HUGHES
Sonja Weber Gilkey: A Balance of Texture
This Dutch-born artist finds inspiration in Kundalini yoga, which she evokes in works composed of found objects from the coast of Maine.
BY CARL LITTLE
The Preservation of Castle Tucker
Jane Tucker, the granddaughter of a Wiscasset ship captain, has worked tirelessly to save her ancestral home—the village’s most distinctive—for future generations.
BY REGINA COLE | PHOTOGRAPHS BY BRIAN VANDEN BRINK
The Possibility of Fish, the Possibility of Fishing
Members of the Penobscot River salmon clubs have done everything they can to see that the river becomes open—and remains that way—to allow the free passage of spawning Atlantic salmon.
BY CATHERINE SCHMITT
BOATYARD DOG® Radar the Diving Dog
LETTERS We welcome your comments, and we print them too!
VIEW FROM THE PORCH Superyachting news, Winslow Homer’s hues, and a little ditty to kick off the spring season BY PETER BASS ILLUSTRATIONS BY TED WALSH
A POSTCARD IN TIME The Prettiest Traffic Jam in Maine BY PETER H. SPECTRE
AWANADJO ALMANACK Blue Hill: The Town, the Bay, the Mountain BY ROB MCCALL ILLUSTRATIONS BY CANDICE HUTCHISON
A LETTER FROM MATINICUS Checking Up on Usage (and Other Things) BY EVA MURRAY
MY BOAT, MY HARBOR Working on the Boat BY JOHN ANDREWS
OFF THE DRAWING BOARD The Muscongus Bay 18 BY ART PAINE
MAINELY GOURMET The Seasons of Stonington BY KIM RIDLEY
GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Little Cranberry Island BY BEN ELLISON
On the cover: Launching the lobsterboat Brenda Kay, built by D. N. Hylan & Associates in Brooklin. Photograph by Benjamin Mendlowitz. Click image to expand.
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