Maine Winter Famous Quotes & Sayings

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11 Maine Winter Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Maine Winter Sayings By David Walton: At one point, I was seriously considering playing Huck Finn in a production in Northern At one point, I was seriously considering playing Huck Finn in a production in Northern Maine in the dead of winter. — David Walton
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Maine Winter Sayings By Paul Theroux: Maine is a joy in the summer. But the soul of Maine is more apparent Maine is a joy in the summer. But the soul of Maine is more apparent in the winter. — Paul Theroux
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Maine Winter Sayings By Gerard Donovan: November arrives in Northern Maine on a cold wind from Canada that knives unfiltered through November arrives in Northern Maine on a cold wind from Canada that knives unfiltered through the thinnest forest, drapes snow along the river banks and over the slope of hills. It's lonely up here, not just in fall and winter but all the time; the weather is gray and hard and the spaces are long and hard, and that north wind blows through every space unmercifully, rattling the syllables out of your sentences sometimes. — Gerard Donovan
Maine Winter Sayings By Tom Allen: Winter in Maine is a time of alternating rest and frenzied activity. Winter in Maine is a time of alternating rest and frenzied activity. — Tom Allen
Maine Winter Sayings By Katharine Sergeant Angell White: As I write, snow is falling outside my Maine window, and indoors all around me As I write, snow is falling outside my Maine window, and indoors all around me half a hundred garden catalogues are in bloom. — Katharine Sergeant Angell White
Maine Winter Sayings By Mike Bond: A moment of peace and silence, breathing in and out the frigid air, watching daylight A moment of peace and silence, breathing in and out the frigid air, watching daylight seep into the forest, hearing the first chatter of distant crows, the wind sighing over the snow and through the fir and pine branches and the twittering of chickadees as they flitted in little tribes from tree to tree. — Mike Bond
Maine Winter Sayings By Norman Mailer: On a late-winter evening in 1983, while driving through fog along the Maine coast, recollections On a late-winter evening in 1983, while driving through fog along the Maine coast, recollections of old campfires began to drift into the March mist, and I thought of the Abnaki Indians of the Algonquin tribe who dwelt near Bangor a thousand years ago. — Norman Mailer
Maine Winter Sayings By Richard Hooker: You know who we been living with for the past week? We been living with You know who we been living with for the past week? We been living with the only man in history who ever took a piece in the ladies' can of a Boston & Maine train. When the conductor caught him in there with his Winter Carnival date she screamed, 'He trapped me!' and that's how he got his name. This is the famous Trapper John. God, Trapper, I speak for the Duke as well as myself when I say it's an honor to have you with us. Have a martini, Trapper. — Richard Hooker
Maine Winter Sayings By Caitlin Shetterly: There's something about being from Maine that you can never let hold of - the There's something about being from Maine that you can never let hold of - the pointed firs and feathery pine trees, the wide open sky and stars and moon on a cold night, the ocean, which smells of this wonderful mix of saline and savory, and the colors - deep golds and reds and browns in the fall lit against a perfect blue sky; the lush, wet greens of summer and clean, white snow of winter piled against dark, stoic evergreens. — Caitlin Shetterly
Maine Winter Sayings By Tom Allen: In this part of the world, only Maine gives winter the welcome and the worship In this part of the world, only Maine gives winter the welcome and the worship it should have. — Tom Allen
Maine Winter Sayings By Beryl Dov: Maine Haiku "Winter don't matterwhen there's steaming lobster andgirls are steaming hot. Maine Haiku
"Winter don't matter
when there's steaming lobster and
girls are steaming hot. — Beryl Dov