A World of Unique Character and Natural Beauty

  • Exploring Inspiration – Rhythmic Colors

    icon-timeMarch 2, 2012  seperator  Author : Eric Hopkins and Peter Ralston  seperator  icon-category Art  seperator  icon-comment0 Comment(s)

    For artists Eric Hopkins and Peter Ralston, island exploration by air and sea inspires the soul, bringing beauty and meaning to the experience of their work.  We are thrilled, honored, and humbled to share excerpts of Eric’s writings from 2010 […]

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  • Sculling Alone

    icon-timeMarch 1, 2012  seperator  Author : Grady Watts  seperator  icon-category Boats  seperator  icon-comment0 Comment(s)

    The best time to get on the water in a 26 foot long, 14 inch wide, 30 pound boat, known as a “racing single”, is between sunrise and around 9 AM, when wind is usually absent or the morning breeze […]

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  • Exploring Inspiration–Origins

    icon-timeFebruary 25, 2012  seperator  Author : Eric Hopkins and Peter Ralston  seperator  icon-category Art  seperator  icon-comment0 Comment(s)

    For artists Eric Hopkins and Peter Ralston, island exploration by air and sea inspires the soul, bringing beauty and meaning to the experience of their work.  We are thrilled, honored, and humbled to share excerpts of Eric’s writings from 2010 […]

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  • North Haven to China

    icon-timeFebruary 24, 2012  seperator  Author : Kate Hotchkiss Taylor  seperator  icon-category History  seperator  icon-comment0 Comment(s)

    Lindberghs Captivate the World in 1931 “An hour and a half before they took off, you could have walked across the Thoroughfare on the rowboats,” wrote Ellen Pratt (1906 – 2000) of the day Anne Morrow and Charles Augustus Lindbergh left […]

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  • Return of the Natives

    icon-timeFebruary 20, 2012  seperator  Author : Charles Curtin  seperator  icon-category Environment  seperator  icon-comment0 Comment(s)

    Bringing Forage Fish Back to the Islands In a world where so much of fishing is a zero-sum game, commercial fishermen compete to survive on ever dwindling stocks of species.  As the cornucopia of the sea becomes an increasingly distant […]

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  • Island Farm to Table

    icon-timeFebruary 19, 2012  seperator  Author : Kate Hotchkiss Taylor  seperator  icon-category Food  seperator  icon-comment0 Comment(s)

    For Nebo Lodge Restaurant Head Chef and Manager Amanda Hallowell, locally and organically grown, produced, and harvested fare is a happy necessity.  Located on the Penobscot Bay island of North Haven, Nebo Lodge is accessible by state ferry out of […]

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  • Acadia’s Wild Side

    icon-timeFebruary 7, 2012  seperator  Author : Jeffrey Romano  seperator  icon-category Environment  seperator  icon-comment1 Comment(s)

    Most hikers who visit Acadia National Park venture to Mount Desert Island and enjoy its many well-trodden paths to popular panoramic vistas.  Exhibiting incredible stonework and attention to detail, these trails are true works of art and an essential stop […]

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  • News Release 2/28/2012

    icon-timeFebruary 1, 2012  seperator  Author : admin  seperator  icon-category News  seperator  icon-comment0 Comment(s)

    NEWS RELEASE – LIFESTYLE /TRAVEL Contacts: Ellard Taylor: (207) 460-5332, gbh.ellard@gmail.com Kate Taylor: (207) 701-8111, kate@taylorwrite.com Related photography available on request. MAINE ISLAND LIVING – A World of Unique Character and Natural Beauty North Haven, Maine, USA (Tuesday, February 28, […]

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