The Maine
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Tag: wood

Woodbox and Clearn

from Maine Lingo: Boiled Owls, Billdads, & Wazzats by John Gould WOODBOX: The kitchen box for firewood which has additional duties in transferred usage. To be “sick a-bed in the woodbox” is to be laid up with a minor complaint which, although distressing, doesn’t put you to bed. To be flabbergasted by sudden bad news is to be “knocked […]

Wood Fired

new work by Simon van der Ven Here are a few new pieces from the latest wood fire. (Thank you Jody Johnstone and crew.) Enjoy!

Chop your own wood…

photograph by Jonathan Ives …and it will warm you twice. – Henry Ford Editor’s note: It’s that time of year again. The Carpenter’s Boat Shop apprentices take turn in the wood pile, first chainsawing, then splitting, and finally stacking all the firewood next year’s apprentices will use to keep warm.

The Bluffs, Bar Harbor, Maine; April 28, 2014 (Beachcombing series No.75a & b)

photographs and text by Jennifer Steen Booher of Quercus Design Time traveling again, way way back to April 28. Fortunately, I took notes while beachcombing, so I can tell you it was cold out on the Bluffs, overcast with a stiff north wind and rough seas. A few gulls gathered overhead, probably curious about whether […]

Scenes From A Walk

photographs and text by Lisa Dorr of Le Bouton Studio today i brought the camera with me. i try to walk ayer ridge road a few times a week. so pretty, and so quiet. look at these colors! xx

Free For The Taking

an ongoing search by Shannon Thompson

Boatyard Abstraction

photographs by Gregory Dunham Boatyard Abstraction I Boatyard Abstraction II Boatyard Abstraction III These three Boatyard Abstractions are now framed and available for purchase at the Tarratine Gallery at 5 Main St. in Castine. They are 20 x 24 inch digital inkjet prints using archival paper and inks. They are framed in a black wood frame, matted with an 8 […]

Free For The Taking

an ongoing search by Shannon Lynn Thompson At the Exact Dispensing Systems facility on Route 1 in Edgecomb. I’m assuming this is not exactly one of their dispensing products.

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