The Maine
An artful dialogue about the wonders of the state.

Month: December, 2012

Frost

photographs and text by Jennifer Steen Booher There was some very peculiar frost on my car’s spare tire this morning. It looked like tiny feathers, or petals, standing up at a 45º angle. Kind of like ruffled fish scales? It must have a name. Everything has a name, if you ask the right person. The […]

Misty Mountaintop Fadeaway

text and haiku by Kristen Lindquist The title of this post sounds a bit like a cross between something from The Hobbit and a Dead song, but the moment was real enough. My husband and I decided we needed to get lunch and treats at Morse’s Sauerkraut before the snow storm hits tonight. Driving there, we passed […]

We All Have Our Reasons: #6

Recent status update: In the line to ride the t-bar at the Camden Snow Bowl: the only place it is socially acceptable for a 6th grader to ski up next to me and ask if I’m single.

Pine Grosbeak

photograph by Brian Willson

Advent, Day 25: We Three Trees, And More

Dear readers, Join The Maine for an adventure a day, each day of this advent season — big or small, by land or sea, with friends or solo, in image or word, exuberant or contemplative, real or conceptual. We live in a state of wonder, its wide open spaces anticipating our hope and joy. Today, one last ADVENTure […]

Party Dress

handmade by Lisa Dorr of Le Bouton Studio red linen dresses for the etsy shop xx

Advent, Day 24: A Postcard Home

Dear readers, Join The Maine for an adventure a day, each day of this advent season — big or small, by land or sea, with friends or solo, in image or word, exuberant or contemplative, real or conceptual. We live in a state of wonder, its wide open spaces anticipating our hope and joy. For our Christmas Eve […]

Advent, Day 23: Bamboo Bike Workshop

Dear readers, Join The Maine for an adventure a day, each day of this advent season — big or small, by land or sea, with friends or solo, in image or word, exuberant or contemplative, real or conceptual. We live in a state of wonder, its wide open spaces anticipating our hope and joy. During the first week […]

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