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Fall is my favorite season in Maine. I love the cooler temperatures, the changing leaves, and the crispest of a new class syllabus. Yes, I’m a total dork and love school. One of my favorite outdoor activities to do in Maine is go hiking. With hundreds of hills, mountains, and seaside cliffs, Maine is an […]
Kennebunkport, Maine is a quintessential seaside town in southern Maine. Thousands of tourists flock to the small coastal town to eat lobster and get a glimpse of the Bush family. After all, Kennebunkport is only about 90 minutes north of Boston and 30 minutes south of Portland. The town is more than just Presidential sightings […]
Kennebunkport, Maine is a quaint seaside town where President George H. W. Bush calls home part of the year on Walker’s Point. Thousands of tourists flock to Kennebunkport every year to get a glimpse of the former President and enjoy a little taste of Maine, or perhaps just a lobster roll! While the village area […]
My final day arrived before I knew it. It was time to say goodbye to island life and Lindsay. Lindsay was staying for another week in beautiful Belize, while I had to go home back to my regular life. Part of me was ready to return back to Maine with its cool spring weather, but […]
The weather in Maine on the 4th was not very nice due to Hurricane Aurther (hello downpours!), but we made the best of it. However, Saturday the 5th turned out to be a beautiful day for the City of Portland (Maine) fireworks. Below is my holiday weekend in photos. I hope everyone had a fabulous […]
Month two of the Semi-Charmed Kind of Life Summer 2014 Book Challenge is completed. I read 5 fascinating books that I highly recommend to anyone! Let’s take a closer at each book I read and perhaps you’ll find your next summer beach read. Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline (278 pages) This book has been […]