Some Things You Might Not Have Known About Maine
Do you remember that game show WCBB, Maine's PBS station, called 'So You Think You Know Maine?' I instantly thought of that show when I stumbled across a post on one of my favorite websites onlyinyourstate.com about '12 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Maine.'
Here are some things that you might not have known about Maine. Feel free to add to our list!
Maine is the only U.S. state that borders just one other state. (New Hampshire)
Maine produces 99 percent of the nation's wild blueberries.
Maine has the world's tallest Indian statue (Skowhegan Indian)
The first transatlantic television signal came from Maine in 1962.
Maine has more moose per square mile than any other state, with over 75,000 moose.
Quoddy Head State Park is the closest point in the U.S. to Africa.
Earmuff's were invented in Maine by 15-year-old Chester Greenwood in Farmington, Maine
The most sustainable framed mussels come from Maine.