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Who are you, and why are you writing about Maine anyway?

I thought I’d take this time to introduce myself, since you’re probably wondering, “Why is this person¬†writing random articles about places in Maine?” Well, let me tell you.

I currently live in New York. I’ve spent the past 7 summers both attending a summer camp in Maine and exploring the places in Maine, from the mountains to the coastline. Through these trips, I believe I have gained a comprehensive view of various locations in Maine, from Acadia to Wells, and everywhere in between. I have sampled Maine treats from the infamous Sea Dog Biscuit to Stonewall Kitchen’s Wild Blueberry Jam. This blog is a place for me to share my experiences, and for you to (maybe) savor these foods and visit these places yourself.

That’s about it. I’ll try to post as often as I can. Enjoy!


Hello world!

This is the first of many posts on¬†Off the Maine Road. Inspired by two friends who live in this beautiful state and a free long weekend, I decided to share my love and yearning to be back up North in a series of posts showcasing places that are “off the Maine road”. You can expect to read stories of everything from the best Maine treats, to the most picturesque hiking spots. These will of course be supplemented by my collection of photos taken over the past seven summers.


(Oh, and if you are interested in knowing where the header photo was taken, it is atop Hacker’s Hill in Casco, Maine. This location offers sweeping views of Sebago Lake and the White Mountains).

(I do not endorse any of the products, services or businesses mentioned in this blog).

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