It happened again. My dumb but friendly dog tried to hang out with a skunk that likes to roam around my backyard. Shiloh, my dog, bounded out of the house and headed straight for her skunk friend and immediately stuck her schnozz up the skunk’s rear end. Her greeting was not well-received and she suffered a […]
Everything you need to know to register to vote in person or via absentee ballot in Maine.
It is almost that time of year when hunters will be bringing home venison and families will be wondering what to do with all that meat. The average deer will produce between 75 and 150 pounds of meat, which is certainly enough to fill a freezer and keep a family well fed through the cold Maine […]
This is how to become a real Maine Outdoors Woman.
Pumpkin spice has become a season.
BDN blogger, Sarah Cottrell fondly remembers learning about the legendary ‘Bert and I’ comedic duo.
Ever wonder why folks refer to one coastal part of Maine as Down East? I did. I’ve heard it my whole life and until recently didn’t bother to ask where the term came from.
BDN blogger, Sarah Cottrell learns about bean-hole bean suppahs.
Telling spooky stories around a campfire is like a rite of passage. If you can handle these three stories, try them out with your friends on your next overnight camping adventure.
We know what you’re thinking: what do two white women from the deep South know about race that I don’t? What could they possibly tell me that I don’t already know?