great spaces: A PORCH IN MAINE

great spaces:  A PORCH IN MAINE

The coast of Maine is roughly 230 miles as the black-capped chickadee flies.  However, coastline paradox aside, you'd have to travel about 3,500 miles if you wanted to see every nook and cranny of the Pine Tree State's craggy coast.  This glacier-formed coastline is full of beautiful bays, peninsulas, inlets, points, and islands.  This jagged coastline creates a very intimate coastline with plenty of hidden gems.  One such hidden gem is a quaint porch situated on a point overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

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great spaces: AN EPHEMERAL WATERFRONT

great spaces: AN EPHEMERAL WATERFRONT

It has become an all-too-common sight in coastal American cities; the decaying vestiges of once-bustling ports.  The United States began as a collection of port cities dotting the Atlantic coast, and these ports were its lifeblood for many years.  However, the steady creep of gentrification and the cost of living in many American cities has driven the port facilities away.

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