Ah, yes, those delicious little ferns can be found all over Maine, but only for a very short time.
"Fiddleheads are the coiled tips of young ostrich ferns that grow near brooks, rivers and lakes in Maine during late April, May and early June, depending on when the snow has melted," an article on VisitMaine...
New England's only zoo and amusement park has been around for decades. As with any business that's lasted this long, there have been changes to the park over the years, but one thing remains, families love spending time at the park, seeing the animals and riding the rides...
for a while I've heard of people going geocaching and I always thought they were hunting for some kind of crystal rock or unicorn droppings. I mean, I had no idea what geocaching was and I never bothered to ask...
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