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Maine new home community on Mount Desert Island

Maine and our mysterious FOG…

Sutton Island is the middle island in the distance (a few miles offshore from Southwest Harbor). Now you see it…
Now you don’t!
So the sun FINALLY came out about an hour ago. FOG all day along with heavy and constant rain. Fog stuck around though the rain stopped. And then peekaboo, the sun came out! Time to celebrate (as my friend says, “champagne for everyone!”) So I’m working from my home office, naturally facing out toward the harbor, so I can be ready to take photos at any given time. and I realize Sutton Island (the one in the middle in the distance) is gone! So the fog hasn’t rolled in on dry land (yet)…so Sutton Island is ‘now you see it, now you don’t’!
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Winter in Acadia National Park

This is the beautiful Seawall Coast of Mount Desert Island, Maine, and one of my favorite sections of Acadia National Park. Open during the winter, you can drive in and park your car and walk along the coast in boots or snowshoes and enjoy the beauty of the rugged granite capped with pure white snow. There are nature trails perfect for snowshoeing and there are X-country trails groomed throughout the season for skiing. Outdoor activities don’t stop after summer!

Winter in Acadia National Park

This is the beautiful Seawall Coast of Mount Desert Island, Maine, and one of my favorite sections of Acadia National Park. Open during the winter, you can drive in and park your car and walk along the coast in boots or snowshoes and enjoy the beauty of the rugged granite capped with pure white snow. There are nature trails perfect for snowshoeing and there are X-country trails groomed throughout the season for skiing. Outdoor activities don’t stop after summer!

Winter in Acadia National Park

This is the beautiful Seawall Coast of Mount Desert Island, Maine, and one of my favorite sections of Acadia National Park. Open during the winter, you can drive in and park your car and walk along the coast in boots or snowshoes and enjoy the beauty of the rugged granite capped with pure white snow. There are nature trails perfect for snowshoeing and there are X-country trails groomed throughout the season for skiing. Outdoor activities don’t stop after summer!

Why buy a B&B now?

Many of us suspect that people are going to realize that buying an inn actually buys them a job. It’s a job, a lifestyle and an investment that can often provide a rather comfortable income. With today’s low rates and good credit, Maine banks are lending (a PBS segment video). I’ve had numerous listings come on board in recent months with many more after the first of the year. That’s the time to think about it, especially if you want to be up and running before the tourism season begins!