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The Portland Company

📷 Alpha Omega Photography

If These Walls Could Talk

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The Portland Company’s 10-acre industrial complex is now home to a small marina, offices, and an event venue. Founded during the heyday of railroad expansion in 1846, The Portland Company produced steam locomotives, machinery for marine vessels and the paper industry, gunboats for the Civil War, and equipment to build the Panama Canal. – Submitted […]

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Beech Hill Preserve

📷 Gretchen Hope

Set in Stone

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Atop Beech Hill in Rockport, a little sod-roofed stone hut appears from the expanse of wild blueberry barrens.

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sunny yellow house

📷 Jean Herrick

Sunny Disposition

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Don’t you just love the way Jean Herrick’s new house blends with the forsythia and budding trees?

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Maine Cabin

📷 Laura Borguss

Cabin Crush

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Do Maine cabins get any cuter?

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tiny house goals

Tiny House Goals

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Imagine spending a summer night in this tiny house!

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cabin draped in last snow of the year

By Tanya Lawlor Case

Last Snow Shot?

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Could this possibly be the last snow photo of 2018?

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bright red dinghy

📷 RubyStella

Hidden Picture

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It’s amazing what you see when you give things a second look.

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Cobbosseecontee Lake

Photo submitted by Gail James

Blast from the Past

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How’d you like to roll up to an adorable cabin on Cobbosseecontee Lake in this sweet car and stylish outfit? Thanks to Gail James for sharing this 1947 scene.

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Cape Porpoise after winter storm

Photograph by Bob Dennis

Painting the Town Red

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“As an overnight snowstorm ended early Sunday morning, we woke up to a magical landscape in Cape Porpoise.” – Bob Dennis Upload your #MaineHomeLife photos here for a chance to be featured!

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