If you've never been to The Birches Resort in Rockwood, then you're missing out on a beautiful and enjoyable vacation. Whether you stay in a room at the main lodge or you get your own private cabin, you'll enjoy the experience of immersing yourself in some of the best Maine has to offer!
The picture above is Billy, head chef at the Black Frog Restaurant (Facebook) in Greenville. The food there is all wonderful and the menu is fun to read (see below). My favorite things there are the burgers and the "Misteak on the Lake," which is shaved steak on a sub roll with onions and peppers. Get it with hand cut fries and you'll be in heaven. And try the unbelievable cole slaw. I g
I know, I'm don't look old enough to be a grandfather. I embarrassed my kids by talking about them on the radio as they grew up. I'm prepared to do the same with little Evan. I can't even tell you how much I adore this little 5-year-old boy. I think about him and I smile. He's so good. Apparently it fell of deaf ears when I told young Matt, "when you grow up, I hope you have a kid just
Lacie Pottle grew up in central Maine and, a few years ago, moved to Greenville, South Carolina. She's now in a competition called "Greenville Sings," which runs through March 31st. Previously, I had posted the incorrect link so if you followed it earlier and liked the pic, it was the wrong one!!! Please take moment to "like" again!
I met Rich, owner of the Stress Free Moose, years ago when I'd go to the pub and eatery to see my late friend, Laurie Cobb, who worked there. I also met Stacey Duncan at about the same time. These two ladies could really make a person feel at home there...
Planes came from everywhere for the 40th annual International Seaplane Fly-In in Greenville on Moosehead Lake this weekend. Festivities wrap up today but the forecast for the day may keep attendance down...
When I'm headed up to Greenville for the day or for a week, I can't wait to crest Indian Hill for two reasons. The first one is, it offers the first, sensational look at Moosehead Lake. Secondly, it means your chance to stop and shop for, well, everything, at the Indian Hill Trading Post!
On January 24th, 1963, nine members of the U.S. Air Force left from a base in Massachusetts aboard a B-52 Stratofortress-C. The mission was to practice low-level navigation in order to avoid the latest soviet radar technology. They left the base just after noon and were due back at 5:30 that afternoon.
In 2010, the chairlifts of Big Squaw Mountain on the southwestern side of Moosehead Lake stopped for the last time. The doors closed, the skiers left and the once boisterous wintertime retreat was desolate and silent, save for wildlife. That's going to change.