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July 18, 2022
Panning Gold: Swift River in Byron, Maine
Panning Gold: Swift River in Byron, Maine

As a child, my mom and dad would take us panning on the Swift River in Byron, Maine.  A couple weeks ago, we took our families back there and I was able to get a few clips of my dad working the pan. Yes, we found gold! (though just a little)...

April 26, 2022
What to Take and Not Take Camping in Maine
What to Take and Not Take Camping in Maine

If you are thinking about camping, but need some tips.  Check out this video.  It seems like these guys are professionals when it comes to camping and planning. ...

December 21, 2021
Does this message resonate with you and your Maine-based tourism business?
Does this message resonate with you and your Maine-based tourism business?

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July 14, 2021
Eating Like Royalty on the Allagash
Eating Like Royalty on the Allagash

If you are looking for some pictures of the Allagash, they will come.  This is not a post to show off amazing scenery, but about nutritional and psychological necessity.  When you paddle for a few miles per day (up to nearly 20 miles), your body is begging you for something good to eat.  It is easy to r...

July 16, 2021
Marshall Point Lighthouse - Marshall Point Rd, Tenants Harbor, ME
Marshall Point Lighthouse - Marshall Point Rd, Tenants Harbor, ME

When stepping away from Marshall Point lighthouse in Tenants Harbor, Maine on June 29th, I had no idea that I had snapped about 250 photos.  Pressing the shutter release became habit and I couldn't stop for fear of missing a great shot.  It was awesome to be there enjoying this scene with my mom and dad ...

July 18, 2021
The Undeniable Quietness of Maine
The Undeniable Quietness of Maine

Opportunities for photography abound in the undeniable quietness of Maine.  Any amateur photographer can pull off a basic Milky Way shot when armed with even an inepensive mirrorless camera and a tripod. The Milkey Way image above (ISO 800, 3.5 Aperture, 30 second exposure at 18mm) was really quite easy to...

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