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TRENTON — If you’ve ever wanted to pick your own cranberries, the time is now. The picking at Snugglemagic Farm’s dry four-acre cranberry bog ends […]

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Ranger Bill Weidner at Schoodic Woods
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No matter what time of year, Acadia National Park’s Schoodic District offers striking scenery whether snowcapped Cadillac Mountain against a gray, glittering sea or Petit […]

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Great Pond Mountain Wildlands hike
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Acadia National Park may be the most well known area for outdoor recreation in Hancock County, but it’s certainly not the only destination with memorable […]

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Here’s a riddle for you. What combines the healthy camaraderie of an organic farm on Maui, the housekeeping traditions of Mongolia’s nomads and the pine-scented, […]

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College of the Atlantic President Darron Collins
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What better way to spend a glorious summer morning than hiking in Acadia National Park with Darron Collins leading the way on the Beachcroft Trail […]

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Frank E. Woodworth Preserve
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If you like hikes with a little mystery, you’ll enjoy the trail at the new Frank E. Woodworth Preserve on Ripley Neck in the Washington […]

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Getting the hang of paddling a sea kayak, veteran guide Rich McDonald says, can make one feel like a different animal altogether. “Your legs are […]

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A long, dirt road winds through the middle of the Holbrook Island Sanctuary in Brooksville with trailheads intermittently marked on either side. Near the end, […]

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“This was totally an inadvertent business,” Nina Fleming explained, sitting in the living area of her shingle-style New England home in East Blue Hill. Fleming, […]

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You could tell the raccoons were coming when the sound of garbage cans clanging to the ground echoed through the night. So when Alice Kidd […]

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A short, bird-like call echoed over the sparkling Bagaduce River. The shore was too distant to see its source, but Karen Francoeur knew it was […]

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It was misty and cold as the Margaret Todd glided off the Bar Harbor Inn pier and into Frenchman Bay. Passengers lined the green benches […]

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Ellen Dohmen spots a clover patch to the left of the Valley Trail on Beech Mountain. She stops and plucks a few leaves to smell. […]

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Gregg Humphrey began playing golf at the Northeast Harbor Golf Club when he was a boy in the summer of 1976. Now at age 66, […]

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Where can you go to get away from it all, even if you already live in a place like Bar Harbor where other people flock […]

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