Maine’s leaf-bearing trees are starting to show off their dazzling colors of yellow, orange and red this week.
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Today is the official start of Maine’s fall foliage season. Maine’s leaf-bearing trees will show off their usual colors of yellow, orange and red in the coming weeks.
The Portland food scene has been drawing legions of foodies and gourmets for more than a decade, yet it’s still a great honor that Bon Appetit magazine has named Portland “Restaurant City of the Year 2018.”
Summer’s bounty can be found at farmers markets and at farm table dinners all over Maine this month. But the cool nights of August are also a reminder that fall is on the horizon.
The month of July is high season in Maine, when summer is in full swing and the Maine Turnpike is busy with vehicles laden with kayaks, kids and bikes.
Maine embraces June, a welcome month when spring dovetails into early summer, offering some of the most sublime weather of the year.
Spring has finally reached Maine after what seemed like an exceptionally long winter. For locals and summer residents, this is finally the month to go down to the sea in ships.
The great thaw has begun, the lakes are changing from a frozen state to ice out, and the first patches of green are starting to appear in the woods. It’s called April in Maine.
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