Issue 115 Table of Contents
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The Maine We Love The first in a planned series that portrays the beauty of this place we are lucky enough to call home. BY SARA GRAY Click Here to view an online gallery of Sarah's photos
With a New Purpose: Roseway and the World Ocean School Once a Banks fishing schooner, a WW II picket boat, a pilot schooner, and a passenger-carrying windjammer, the Roseway now serves as a floating classroom. BY CARL LITTLE
The Northern Saw-Whet Owl: Coastal Maine’s Tiny Migrant
The study of this photogenic nocturnal bird is part of ongoing efforts to understand the potential side effects of wind-power generation.
TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY TONY OPPERSDORFF
Between Wind and Water…Revisited
Originally published nearly 50 years ago, about times nearly 50 years before that, this book by Gerald Warner Brace still has much to tell us about the coast of Maine.
BY BILL MAYHER
Channeling the Great Wall: A Rammed-Earth Home on MDI
An ancient, environmentally friendly building technique, adapted for modern times.
TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY LAURIE SCHREIBER
Waldo Peirce: Bon Vivant
An artist who was humble enough to call himself a painter, he came from Maine and gained fame in Paris and New York.
BY SARAH SARGENT
BOATYARD DOG® Misty: Who's Driving?
LETTERS We welcome your comments, and we print them too!
VIEW FROM THE PORCH Bill is Back, So is Reality on the Lobster Docks BY PETER BASS ILLUSTRATIONS BY TED WALSH
A POSTCARD IN TIME “Hey Mister, Throw Me a Dime!” BY PETER H. SPECTRE
AWANADJO ALMANACK Blue Hill: The Town, the Bay, the Mountain BY ROB MCCALL ILLUSTRATIONS BY CANDICE HUTCHISON
MY BOAT, MY HARBOR The Graduate: Harold H. “Dynamite” Payson BY PETER H. SPECTRE
FROM WHENCE WE CAME Evinrude, Bishop & Strange: The inventor, the adventurer, and the artist BY ART PAINE
OFF THE DRAWING BOARD The Isobel: A big daysailer for a small crew BY ART PAINE
MAINELY GOURMET Our Favorite Chowders BY THE EDITORS
GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Northeast Harbor BY BEN ELLISON
On the cover: Lunt Harbor, Frenchboro, Long Island. Photograph by Gretchen Piston Ogden. Click image to expand.
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