To be a Maine kid is to jump from season to season – from mud puddle to pristine lake to leaf pile to snow bank. By nature, we become flexible, creative, resourceful. And, most importantly, we learn to work hard to have fun.
Before every puddle there’s torrential rain, before every lake there’s a 2+ hour drive, before every leaf pile there’s a rake and corresponding blisters, before every snow bank there’s a 5 a.m. shovel session by flash light.
This is what makes Maine kids great.