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Not All Abandoned Structures Need a New Purpose

As I write my newest work-in- progress, I find myself unintentionally working in details of structural collapse and revival. The story revolves around one woman’s journey while she revives her family’s resort in northern Maine. She returns unexpectedly to find … Continue reading

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Bourbon, Like Life, Can Burn if You Don’t Learn How to Savor It

By Karri L. Moser As I procrastinate finishing the first book in a series about an unwilling Maine resort owner/unwilling divorcee/35-year-old woman who’s struggling to find her way, I started to think about bourbon. The scene I’m currently in the … Continue reading

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We are all Sea Glass

We all have salt water in our veins. The sea is part of us. It can control our entire journey. The ocean envelops us and beckons us home. It will pull us in farther and hold on to us longer … Continue reading

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From Plymouth Rock to the Gateway to the West—how Omaha, Nebraska Wooed Us With Steak

By Karri L. Moser Our family spent 12 years completely immersed in New England and everything colonial. We explored and learned everything about the Revolutionary War, colonial settlements, light houses, sea captains and their homes that dotted the shores, and … Continue reading

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Concord Massachusetts–The Changes of Fall in a Town That Rightfully Fights to Stay the Same

Knowing fall and feeling fall are two vastly different things. I never thought much about fall until my first one in New England. We had been in Massachusetts for a few months and the season came roaring into focus and … Continue reading

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Plum Island—My Sandy Church

Fishing was one of our favorite pastimes when we lived in Pennsylvania. It wasn’t necessarily ever about catching anything worth eating, but it was just nice to sit along the water with family, no rush, no expectations, just talking and … Continue reading

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The Swan Boats of Boston—1877 Fun Still at an 1877 Price

There aren’t too many places in this country where something from 1877 is still operational and nearly still at the same price. If you wander through the Public Garden in Boston, this is exactly what you will find. The Swan … Continue reading

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