Sebago

16 Feb 19
Mama 'Bee

Dear Charlabee, Happy birthday, you’re six!  It took me awhile to write this letter because I couldn’t put my finger on a big ‘theme’ for this past year between age 5 and 6.  In the past I’ve written you about big issues in the world, or big developments you’ve made.  But year 5 to 6 […]

15 Feb 19
Aero Racing Wheels

Drywall Sebago Mainehttp://drywallmaine.com/sheetrock-pros-in-sebago/ Call today for a free quote: 207-841-7658 We are not your average Sebago drywall contractor. Our professional determination has perfected our work methods into a powerful system for creating quality. Prior to any drywall task we will always properly inspect the area and then deliver an iron-clad quote. Occasionally, there are those […]

15 Feb 19
Bicycle Wheels

Drywall Sebago Maine http://drywallmaine.com/sheetrock-pros-in-sebago/ Call today for a free quote: 207-841-7658 We are not your average Sebago drywall contractor. Our professional determination has perfected our work methods into a powerful system for creating quality. Prior to any drywall task we will always properly inspect the area and then deliver an iron-clad quote. Occasionally, there are […]

12 Feb 19

Temperatures gone high, not even a whisp of cold breeze passing through and the sun’s glares making it more even hotter. Why not put on some easy and relief clothing wear that will surely not bother you even though the temps gone crazy! Knowing that the road to our destination was very long and we […]

06 Feb 19
Kayla B. Nickles

If you know me, you know that I am a scaredy cat! I am afraid of the dark, anything paranormal, small spaces, and clowns! Who writes about those better than the King? Stephen King that is, not Elvis. In my old book club, I noticed that people were starting to read scary stories and some […]

05 Feb 19
mainetoday

Scheduled activities include guided nature walks, a star tour and free use of skis and snowshoes.

04 Feb 19
Decent Days and Pints

I’ve been lucky enough to visit coastal New England twice over the past few years. A truly stunning part of the States full of white sandy beaches, clapboard houses and lighthouses. Dockside lobster shacks abound as well as plenty of breweries and brewpubs  to keep the beer drinker happy. First time included travelling up the […]

03 Feb 19
Playground to Plate

Friday night here in the monkey enclosure means its time for a delicious meal, and an equally delicious glass of wine or two. This dish was made a few weeks ago to celebrate surviving my first week off work with the monkeys, and because Opa monkey had come to stay for a few days. We […]

31 Jan 19
Shades of Sebago

Emily/Emilie (Burger) Bonsaing was born in Vienna, Austria on 8 November 1871. She was one of five (?) children born to Leopold Burger and Emilie Josephine (Kral) Burger. Her family was well-off financially, with her father employed by (or owning?) one of the many fine bakeries in Vienna. Emily married Eugene Bonsaing (1870-1922) on 17 […]

31 Jan 19
Chickawaukie Ice Boat Club

All of New England seems to have been hammered by the storm yesterday. We were thinking that our next bet would be Sebago freezing in this coming cold snap. It very well might, but meanwhile back at Vannah Road: Bryce sent this around lunch time today. It certainly looks possibly sailable, but then a late […]

27 Jan 19
Rebekah's Marketing Blog

1. In the photo taken at Hannaford you very clearly see the paper towels and dish soap right next to each other. These two products were put together primarily for being commonly used household products and they are products that can be used together. When an individual goes into a store for paper towels (the […]