The Expert Telling You About Maine, The Real Estate Has Never Been Here.
The move, relocation to Maine and the only thorn in your side is a few people in your inner circle of family or friends.
Or just acquaintances. Who have never been to Maine but can tell you all about it. Just lend an ear and listen. Pull up a chair. Stories about folks being in a Twilight Zone, in a trance locked up four or five hundred years ago.
With twenty minutes of daylight all winter long.
Folks using dog sleds, living in igloos, everything ice and white. Eating raw fish with their hands.
(Record needle scrape, jagged ripping sound, music stops)
Maybe the Arctic Circle, some place lots higher up on the globe lines of latitudes.
But not in Maine that has four seasons. Like the fingers on a normal hand. With a thumbs up if you have ever spent time in Maine. All natural, we spend our year outside too. Not stuck inside, not hibernating.
Because the outdoor beauty is all natural, unspoiled. There are way less people, little crime. The air is fresh, water is crystal clean. Scope out some images of Maine. Is everything white, stark, frosty and not teaming with life, drop dead beauty? No it is not.
So when someone tries to fill you in on what it is like living in Maine, ask one question. Have they been here to Maine? Ever even stepped foot in Vacationland? If they have, those stories, fairy tales don’t happen.
The best way to see an area, Maine, if you can not spend time there, is at least talk to the locals, natives.
Someone who has. Watch local community videos from Maine. Simple, captures from the state of Maine. Offered up unadulterated. One by one, unfiltered, all natural.
Follow the blogs posts on this site. Ask lots of questions.
Let us send you the links to the FAQ’s for the FYI’s on Maine.
But don’t let anyone not up to speed about Maine, who has zip for experience filling your head with just untrue notions.
And in Maine itself, which is a big state, make sure to see it all. Because beware, someone in Southern Maine who has not logged miles north of Bangor has a very comical play of play description of life here. It scares those thinking relocation, moving, retirement to Maine.
Today there is no reason to reduce it down to what happened back when Christopher Columbus was hoisting the sails for points unknown.
And he made it back, in one piece. Missing a boat of the three that was lost off Haiti.
But despite early reports, odds makers working the chances he would fall off one end of the flat Earth. He did not. Had lots to share for royalty, for show and tell at local pubs.
Lack of knowledge and vivid story telling are a dangerous combination! Find out first hand what you need to know about Maine. Before the moving, relocating, retirement plans for Maine come into full focus. Salt and pepper us with boatloads of questions about the local community areas, events, the real estate property listings, everything in between.
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