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The Maine I Love - Deborah Chatfield
Coastal Maine through the lens of Deborah Chatfield.
Welcome Downeast Issue 157
Flowing sap, budding pussy willows, quacking wood frogs, and other signs that spring will come.
Big boats, toy boats, very fast boats
Big boats, toy boats, very fast boats... and a mysterious ice disk
Letters to the Editor 157
Readers thoughts on cleats, the Castine Class, and more.
Boatyard Dogs 157
Nugget and Winston
Letter from the Publisher 157
Nothings says spring in Maine like dories in the snow.
Rob McCall reflects on the midwinter activities of pruning, sleeping, and looking to summer.
On the Town Dock 156
Ocean classes, river tunes, boats
Boatyard Dogs 156
Bagel & Brodi
The Maine I Love — Micah Philbrook
An Owls Head lobsterman shares the experience.
Letter from the Publisher 156
Howard Chapelle's influence
The Maine I Love - U.S. Senator Angus King
Photographs of Maine by U.S. Senator Angus King
Almanack 155 — Welcome Downeast
The winter season brings the first snow, woodsmoke in the air, and time for close-knit community.
On the Town Dock — Issue 155
Stoned lobsters, LED lights, crabby crabs, radio interference & more
Letters to the Editor — Issue 155
From our readers: Sadie and Brutal Beasts