When you live in a four season Maine type northern climate state, winter is one of the most fun times of year.
We do not hibernate or stay planted on a couch in Maine. Dress warmly and get out there to ski, snowsled, ice fish, play pond hockey and skate. With fewer people, unspoiled scenery and wild life galore, Maine’s Aroostook County is hard to beat for the blue ribbon as best setting to enjoy the outdoors. Heading off to ski at Sugarloaf with two boys home from college break that Santa got outfitted in brand spanking new hardware. Locally Big Rock ski area is awfully handy, friendly to downhill too.
Do you ski and enjoy the white outdoors of Maine or another New England state? I find I do my best thinking on the lift heading higher and higher looking out over the expanse. See you on the 16 plus slopes around the state of Maine this winter. Trailer that snowsled to Maine, or strap on the boards to snow ski and snowboard in Maine. Come on up, the snow is piling and calling your name in the wind in the pines. From Houlton Maine in Aroostook County heading to Kingfield and Carrabassett Valley is about a four hour haul. But planning to spend a few days at a neat condo with some red cheeked, laughing kids telling stories about memorable runs and fun had on Maine’s highest snow ski mountain, Sugarloaf USA. Clicking some images, shooting some video to watch and grin at when I am in a old folks home and bored, wanting to remember something rich in family.
Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers