A women’s winter weekend getaway where just getting there was half the fun–with Maine minerals, creamery butter, chaga and snow.
There is a triple-crown, blue moon, blood moon, super moon January 31. If the sky is clear, it could be a spectacular sight.
Warm temperatures and rain followed by a sudden chill create a magical skating experience in Acadia National Park for some, and a car disaster for others.
Dennis Smith shares stories of life in winter in the 1950s, in the village of Otter Creek, Maine
Maine scenes with tangram puzzles challenge, and you can play online, too.
Saying “rabbit, rabbit” on the first day of the month just could bring you luck
The short days after the leaves have fallen but before the snow comes have a moody beauty all their own. We are in stick season, and we will be here until the snow falls. While some may liken that to Purgatory, it is a season worth exploring, not ignoring…
Encounters with bald-faced hornets, and a close-up view of one chewing its way out of its cell.
Silver, gray and wet–everything is damp and swollen with moisture. Shimmering beads hang from the tips of buds and line blades of grass like peas in a pod. It is raining again. There was a time I cleaned the attic as I listened to the water pelting the roof, or organized my closets while drinking […]
Dim shapes move back and forth along the banks of the river, distorted by the wavering light of kerosene lanterns. Moonlight shines on a crowd of gauzy structures supported by bits of twine. Nets and tents are illuminated from the lamps inside, and a bonfire is sending neon orange sparks into the sky. This is […]