Summer in Maine is wonderful. Lobsters, tourists, and with miles of beaches under plenty of warm sun, some people like to jump in the ocean for a quick dip.
As we all know, the Maine ocean is always a little colder than we'd like it to be...
Maine has so many places that even the natives might not know about. Maine is a great state for day trips and with summer here, maybe a family day trip is in your future. Here's one day trip that you might want to take, Gulf Hagas, is often called the Grand Canyon of Maine.
Memorial Day is one week away and Maine has 36 state parks and 1 national park for us to enjoy this summer. If you are like me, you tend to go to the same state parks year after year. Here's a handy guide of the state parks in Maine. Maybe this year you can explore a new state park.
Memorial Day is just two weekends away and the weather is warming up. Nothing better then a road trip to an out of the way swimming hole. Pack a lunch, bring a towel and enjoy the beauty that Maine has to offer. Here's a look at some of the best swimming holes in Maine.
Spring has just arrived and we still have freezing temps and snow on the ground, but believe it or not summer is not that far off. We can dream can't we?
One of the great things about summer is swimming and discovering great swimming holes...
I knew when I looked outside and saw that the snow had melted away from the top of the pool. Something was wrong. The water, or ice, should have been about level with the top, given all the rain and snow we've had. It was not. I cringed and then investigated.
For the first time in history, a swimmer has endured the 103-mile route from Havana, Cuba to Key West, Florida, without the assistance of a shark cage. That swimmer, 64-year-old Diana Nyad, began her quest on Saturday, August 31, and finished around 53 hours later on Labor Day.
Ahh, summer. 'Tis the season of watermelon art, diving fails and-- you guessed it-- belly flops. When we were kids, this pool move was awesome. But nowadays... who are we kidding? It's still (painfully) awesome!
So, I'm sharing this post for a few reasons. First and foremost, I love to share stories that involve Evan (I know, I'm way too young to be a grandfather..I get that all the time. No, really, all the time! Oh, and I'm delusional).
If you've been following the old swimming pool saga on the Moose Morning Show, you know I've been bugging Jon to come help me with my pool.
It started after my back surgery. I was unable to work on our pool, which I love to do every year...
Pat Gallant-Charette, 61, a grandmother from Westbrook, Maine already is the oldest woman to swim across the English Channel and now she has finished her latest swim. Pat challenged the the Tsugaru Strait in Japan and finished the 33 miles with a time of 19 hours and 36 minutes...