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Once you’ve fallen in love with the idea of seeing Monhegan Island for yourself, you have to figure out how to get there. And, as you might expect, it’s easier to get there during tourist season (May to Columbus Day … Continue reading
It’s no wonder artists and writers hole up in Monhegan. The entire island could fittingly be called “land that time forgot.” Weathered gray shingled houses, grass growing through piles of lobster traps, dirt paths proud to be left alone — … Continue reading
Much of Maine could be said to be out of this world — the raw beauty of its rocky coastline, old-style clapboard homes dotting the landscape, and the quiet that falls over the state after Columbus Day when residents hunker … Continue reading
Weathered is what draws you into Monhegan. Oh, sure, you want to get away. To see the island where artists find retreat. To stroll the pathways to the lighthouse or the rock beach. Or to steal a picture of Jamie … Continue reading