Tired of low temperatures? Mainers reveal how they cope with the extreme cold

Posted March 05, 2014, at 5:04 p.m.
One Prospect home owner has hung a sign in a small bush near the road encouraging motorist to &quotThink Spring !"
Kevin Bennett
One Prospect home owner has hung a sign in a small bush near the road encouraging motorist to "Think Spring !" Buy Photo
ce clogs Marsh Stream in Frankfort as seen on Wednesday morning. Most people in Maine say they have had enough winter and are ready for the recent cold snap to break and usher in spring.
ce clogs Marsh Stream in Frankfort as seen on Wednesday morning. Most people in Maine say they have had enough winter and are ready for the recent cold snap to break and usher in spring. Buy Photo
City of Bangor public workers dump truckloads of snow  from the streets and public parking lots of Bangor at a pit in Hampden on Wednesday. Workers on scene say it might take until June for the compacted ice and snow to melt.
City of Bangor public workers dump truckloads of snow from the streets and public parking lots of Bangor at a pit in Hampden on Wednesday. Workers on scene say it might take until June for the compacted ice and snow to melt. Buy Photo

People on the streets of Belfast speak out about how they are coping with the cold this winter.

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