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

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Next Goal Ties

photographs and text by Jonathan Ives Every winter The Carpenter’s Boat Shop sets up a hockey rink on a small pond in New Harbor. Built with 2x6s screwed into a 2×4 base, the height of the rink is just enough to keep the puck in and the snow out. Still, it’s a lot of work […]

African Honey Blonde

photo, text, and coffee by Dan Dishner Six inches of fresh powdah, sunshine and home for the day. What’s not to like. Coffee of the morning is African Honey Blonde, I’m going to need a little extra zip today while I relax and shovel some snow. Did you wake up to snow this morning? Enjoy […]

Free For The Taking

an ongoing search by Shannon Thompson

Advent, Day 13: In Search Of Snow

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. Last winter team Stammen […]

In Search Of Snow

photographs by Jessica, Gregory and Tom Stammen No snow to shovel. No ice to skate. Tap-tap, crack! Crunch-crunch!  No snow to make snowshoe tracks. ~ I dream of winter zipping, whipping down the hill me, my sled and I. haiku by Gregory Stammen

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