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Table of Contents
The blue and green days of a Maine summer
By Rob McCall
A POSTCARD IN TIME
The Most Fascinating Person I Never Met
By Peter Spectre
A LETTER FROM MATINICUS
Boarding School,Mountain Rescue, and the Barefoot Savage of Prep Spaz
By Eva Murray
Storage Strategies for small boats
By Sandra L. Oliver
MY BOAT, MY HARBOR
A practical man downeast
By Leslie Bowman
ON THE DRAWING BOARD
Seguin 40: A Seagoing Shoal-Water Cruiser
By Art Paine
GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO
By Ben Ellison
Winter Harbor Knockabouts: the Fortunate Fleet
After 100 years, all the original Winter Harbor knockabouts, the oldest intact racing class in the country, are still competing.
By Vickie Goldstein
Foxes are common in Maine, but getting even a glimpse of one is not as easy as it would seem.
By Ruth Ann Hill | Photographs by Dave Kynor
Whirling in the Wind
Ray Bradley’s whirligigs fulfill the artist’s aspirations and the wind’s desire.
By Carl Little
The Prudent Mariner
Once you’re on board and under way, there’s a right way and a wrong of doing things. Some call that superstitious thinking. Others aren’t so sure.
By Jan Adkins
Willa Cather’s Cottage, the North Head Bakery, and Other Pleasures of Grand Manan Island
The serendipitous discovery of the small summer place where a famous American novelist wrote some of her best works.
By Letita Baldwin | Photographs by Fred Field
Eastport: The Edginess of the Edge
Despite the rigors of her history, Eastport today is like a rugged
but grand Victorian lady, still very vital and always ready for the next dance, but not with just any partner.
By Rob McCall | Photographs by Tad Goodale
Built in the old style, a pinky schooner has its planks repaired in the old way—by waiting for the tide to go out.
By Wayne Tobiasson
A Grand Tour, Indoors and Out
The venerable Camden House and Garden Tour enters its sixth decade.
Click here for a list of selected, Summer 2007 garden tours >>
By Lynette L. Walther