Sebago

18 Dec 18
East Kingdom Gazette

By Lord Mat Wyck The casual event had started simply enough, one of a series of small, occasional fencing opportunities loosely organized in Malagentia to promote more bladework in fun and interesting outdoor environments. But for the ambitious half-dozen folks who participated, the day evolved into a proving ground for a variety of period gear, […]

16 Dec 18
The Amazing Fish-a-Metric

View Map   Chaffin Pond is a pretty 13-acre body of water located in Windham, Maine (see the Maine Atlas and Gazetteer map 5 C2). Access is super-easy! Drive on Route 302 north in downtown Windham, pass the Home Depot sign (Franklin Drive) and take the next right on Chaffin Pond Reserve Drive (Donnabeth Lippman […]

16 Dec 18
John Hilts Sr's Blog

Rejoice in the Lord always, I will say it again, REJOICE! God has been so good to the Hilts family this year. Our family has grown in number with the addition of our son-in-law Benj. We had a day of celebration in June with friends and family and they celebrate their 1-year Anniversary December 29th. […]

12 Dec 18

Mr T is Scottish. He was born in a place called Falkirk – it’s near Stirling – but he can’t even fake an “auch aye” these days. Nor does he like whisky. I know – it’s tough to imagine such a thing. Thankfully I’m happy to contribute to the profits of Scotland’s distilleries on his […]

10 Dec 18
Mawooshen Research

    Sebago-Presumpscot Anthropology Project Reports(mostly about S-P area)SPAPRs Mawooshen MemosNotes & Queries—FAQ—Sakamo Series (mostly wider area topics)MMs AHM Reprints and PreprintsSelected Research Papers by AHM (published & otherwise)AR&Ps

08 Dec 18
Zum Beamer

8th December 2018. Hankering for an icy Euro-Yule this wilting pom can hear the night tinkle of a solstice bell. The mog with the tinsel collar’s abroad. Mousing. Other timely hints – perhaps the thrumming cicada racket and the purple blossoming jacarandas – have Ricky and Izzy at the end of the street draining the […]

03 Dec 18
mainetoday

You can rely on these established breweries for an enjoyable drinking experience.

02 Dec 18
Hoppy Trails

Wow has this been a long time! I clearly have not written in a year and I am excited to start this back up again. Man it has been awhile since I have written so pardon my scattered writing. SO much has changed in the last year! 2017 was one for the books. Life threw […]

30 Nov 18
Chickawaukie Ice Boat Club

Yesterday these free skaters were ripping it up on Lake Winnebago. Apparently Minnesota is teeming with sailable ice right now. Winnebago is like a blend of Winnipeasaukee and Sebago but freezes earlier. There’s no snow in the forecast there, so just head west on I-80 and hang a right at Chicago. Thanks to Will Tuthill […]

27 Nov 18
Martin's Point Health Care

After earning her doctorate in pharmacy at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, 26-year-old Angela Manzo moved 1,000 miles east for an additional year of residency training in Portland, Maine. And it wasn’t just the famous ocean scenery that caught her attention. During pharmacy school, Angela set her sights on the selective University of […]

27 Nov 18
Forecasterjack

Hello everyone! The major winter storm that moved into the area last night will continue today as low pressure moves from Boston towards Portland. The impacts from this storm will vary considerably over short distances. Here’s a quick look region by region. At the coast (east of the Turnpike), temps are now above freezing with […]

27 Nov 18
wondermyway

The other day a sign caught our attention as we drove to Overset Mountain and we realized we had new trails to explore. But, we, or rather I, drove by  so fast that we didn’t know which local organization owned the property.  If my guy read these posts he would chuckle or guffaw at my […]