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Camp Wyonegonic, Denmark

A summer camp flotilla from the 1930s

Maine’s Inland Waters Buoy Brigade

A hard-working team of three watermen maintains aids to navigation in lakes statewide.

Women, Sports, and the North Woods Camps

As the allure of the Great Outdoors grew in prominence in the late 1800s, Maine’s sport camps and guides sprang up to cater to the new notion of vacationing.

Cobbosseecontee Lake: Storied Shores

Long a Central Maine summer retreat, Cobbosseecontee Lake has a growing year-round community.

Blue Hill’s Red Boathouse

A century-old Blue Hill boathouse has been home to an array of fine sailing and power yachts, and remains in use today as a haven for small craft.

Krisanne Baker and the Sea

An artist and a snorkeler, Baker is also a snorkeling artist.

There and Back Again

A seasoned angler is drawn to the small streams in Maine’s western woods, where he learns to keep things simple.

Fishing for Maine

Spawned by necessity during the pandemic days, Fishermen Feeding Mainers has evolved into a statewide nutrition program that continues to feed hungry mouths and support local waterfronts.

Youthful Adventures in Maine Antiquing

Ten cents here, a few dollars there, Maine’s State Historian began to amass his collections as a boy, one antique shop at a time.

Characters of the Allagash

A Wilderness ranger recalls a typical working day’s encounters in Maine’s northern woods.

Freshwater Renaissance

Born in Maine’s inland watersheds, an increasing alewife population leads to a cultural revival during their annual spawning run.

Iconic Shacks at Fisherman’s Point Could be Replaced

In the wake of January’s devastating coastal storms, funds have been donated to rebuild the fishing shacks that stood on Fisherman’s Point in South Portland.

For Coastal Maine a Time to Clean Up, Recalculate, and Rebuild

Special Report: January 2024 ocean storms

Marm and Pa on a “Trailer”

The land portion of a 1973 boat launch

Port Clyde: Ever Strong

A resilient peninsula with a connection to the Wyeths.