“I’ll drop the anchor, you get the boat,” Captain Toby Stephenson instructs his deckhand Matt Messina in the stern. Messina, 20, calls for three people […]
Looking out at Petit Manan Island, the captain recalled that he once spent part of a summer there with his uncle when he was a […]
“Do you hear that?” Nancy Patterson asks as she walks deeper down the trail and into the woods. She’s referring to the call of a […]
For more than 30 years, the Wendell Gilley Museum has been a community center that celebrates the life and work of master bird carver Wendell Gilley.
On a clear morning in June, a woman with short, white hair made her way through the Ingersoll Point Preserve at a blistering pace — except Donna Kausen wasn’t worrying about blisters.
In a 19th-century shingled building, removed from the bustle of Bar Harbor, Pamelia Markwood opens the front door and welcomes visitors into The Naturalist’s Notebook.