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Harbors

Michael Vermette

Michael Vermette has become one of Maine’s foremost plein air painters. His most recent subject was the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.

A Little Lake Cottage with Vintage Charm

Renovation of a small camp on Megunticook Lake retains its period charm.

Tall tales and a trip down the Allagash

Photographer Dan Tobyne has written a book about the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. In this excerpt he recounts a trip down the Allagash.

Lindbergh’s Unexpected Visit to South Pond

Charles Lindberg's 1933 landing on South Pond in Warren, Maine.

Launching a Boat and a Career

A sardine carrier and a photo collection

Eastport

A visit to the country’s easternmost city.

This Ocean-Focused Work Space Promotes Collaboration and Innovation

The New England Ocean Cluster seeks to promote ocean-related innovation through collaboration.

The Secret Life of Periwinkles

Periwinkles are so common, it’s easy to dismiss them. But these little marine snails have an interesting story to tell.

Holly Martin

A young Mainer sailing around the world is following in the wake of pioneering women.

Great, Orrs, and Bailey Islands

Travel along a bridge-linked chain of islands in Harpswell

The Healing Power of Winter Paddles

Paddling in Maine waters during the winter can be an elixir for whatever ails you

Mystery Harbors No. 1 and 2

These two harbors have something common. Can you figure out what that is?

From Farmhouse to Summer Retreat

Blue Hill's Curtis house and F.L. Olmstead

Pemaquid

Pemaquid: If This Land Could Talk

Governor Baxter and the Making of a Historian

Maine State Historian Earle Shettleworth explains how early encounters with Gov. Percival Baxter inspired his career.