Mount Desert, ME Real Estate News

By Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker
(MOOERS REALTY)
When you hit the trails to hike, take a stroll along the Maine sea coast or up Mt Katahdin, one of our many mountains, you see some famous people. Like President Obama and his family.Many well known people vacation, retire, keep second homes in Maine. Why? To get away from the people. To be knee deep in rich scenery, wildlife and to enjoy clean air, no traffic, leaving city crime behind. Maine, big state, more elbow room.And you never know who you'll run in to on the trails, like the Ship Harbor Trail around Acadia National Park, in the Bar Harbor, MDI area along the Maine coast. Discover all there is about this neat place with the space. All natural, unfilter Maine.I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker
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By Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker
(MOOERS REALTY)
Maine vacations always something to look forward to but with your horse along for the ride so to speak? Sure thing, with a call ahead to Carriages of Acadia you could bring Trigger, Bullet, Lightning with you to see the 57 miles of roadways around Acadia National Park in Mount Desert Island Maine. A local Houlton Maine attorney talked at a recent Rotary Club meeting about his "other business". Michael Carpenter won a ten year contract award for the right to use ten horse drawn carriages. To promote Maine and help close to 20,000 tourists to see granite bridges, amazing Maine water and land views around Acadia National Park. Locally owned businesses, especially the ones tied to tourism and agriculture are near and dear to my heart growing up on a Northern Maine potato farm. And being a b...
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By E.Pat Foster
(E.Pat Foster Real Estate)
 Spring time in Maine...... 'gotta love it'! It's time to 'dig out from under'! (winter photo:GramE's camp on Long Pond)Mud Season is fast approaching. I wonder where Bob put our LLBean Waders ??.A local reminded me the other day that we usually have 2 seasons in Maine: Winter and Construction.This year in Acadia National Park, we had 3 seasons: ..Summer season, Flu season and Mud season. Most of us are now on the mend , and ready to put on our waders ...It's time for the tourists to arrive !Just a reminder: When you are in the Bar Harbor area, stop by the Somesville Carriage House to visit. If GramEpat's car is in the yard, the welcome mat is always out! Hope to see you soon.
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