ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
Difficulty: Easy to moderate. Snorkeling does require some gear and comfort swimming. In Phillips Lake, the water is clear and there are small islands where you can beach your boat while snorkeling. Use caution while in deep water, keeping an eye out for motor boats, sailboats, jet skis… Read More
    ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    I was watching television with my dog, Oreo, late last Friday night when I heard a strange sound coming from outside — a sort of shrieking that I’d never heard before but was undoubtedly the call of wild animal. Without hesitation I grabbed my camera and headed out… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
It’s more than irritating that every two weeks I can pick up a dull garbage bag of trash between my home and my woodlot p the road, plus a second bag or returnables. Road slobs just don’t care that they are trashing our roadsides and private lands. Shame… Read More
    SUMMER IN MAINE: KIDS, CAMPS, COMMUNITY
    Who said camp is just for kids? Across Maine, most youngsters have packed their trunks, said good-bye to their fellow campers, and returned home to family and friends and preparations for school. Counselors, too, are getting ready for their fall activities – school or college or… Read More
BLUE HILL –Blue Hill Heritage Trust (BHHT) has received a 2018 AARP Community Challenge grant as a community partner in the Age-Friendly Coastal Communities regional initiative coordinated by Healthy Peninsula, a community health organization in Blue Hill, with additional assistance from the Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. … Read More
    BATH — Learn about the endangered Atlantic salmon and local projects that support them in the Kennebec, Sheepscot, and Androscoggin Rivers at a talk on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 6:30 p.m. This free talk will be held at the Bath Freight Shed, 27 Commercial Street, and is sponsored by… Read More