Hilary Nangle

David McLain Snowmobiling

All Revved Up | Snowmobiling Adventure in Maine

With more than 14,000 miles of trails, Maine’s snowmobiling scene is the hottest in New England.

Yankee Magazine

The Giddy Season | Spring Skiing at Sugarloaf

At age 12, I made my first turns down Sugarloaf’s trails, then narrow and twisting, during spring break. Although a beginner, I followed my chum Diana and her mountain-brat friends, all of whom had been skiing since they could toddle. Not only did I survive intact, but I also left with a tan that rivaled […]

Morse’s Swedish Pancakes
Yankee Magazine

Morse’s Kraut House, North Waldoboro, Maine

German-food fans have been making pilgrimages to Virgil Morse’s farm since he began selling fresh sauerkraut in 1918. Today’s customers seek out Morse’s European Deli & Kraut Haus Restaurant not only for their famous cabbage, but also for the hard-to-find specialty foods coveted by descendants of the region’s Central European and Scandinavian settlers. “Much to […]

Bath Library Park (user submitted)
Yankee Magazine

Mid-Maine Weekend — Bath and Brunswick

Midcoast Maine’s fraternal twins, Bath and Brunswick, are yin and yang, distinct yet complementary, connected by Route 1, the region’s major artery–and by the aptly named Merrymeeting Bay, where two of Maine’s major rivers (and four other smaller ones) mingle. Bath, identified by the flock of cranes pecking away at Bath Iron Works, hugs the […]