"Maine. The way life should be."
I WISH it were all thirty years in the past. Or fifty. Need to move down east or north of Bangor where it still is.
Hate to tell ya bud but to many of you guys have moved downeast and north of Bangor. It is filled with liberal city nuts that THINK they know how life should be and have enough money from their parents hard work or selling the property in NJ,Conn, NY, etc. to do nothing but effect change in the way life HAS been for a long time. This country idiot is moving south as I have said. Hey, I've got 2 houses I'll sell ya for your dream getaway to the place where life is great. You can join the local salmon restoration group or try to shut down the alewive fishery that is great here, sort of the same thing there, Better yet, work hard to "Restore" the wolf to the state, we need more wolves, the coyotes(grey wolves) havnt been able to totally eradicate the deer yet. We know how you away people hate deer, you hate the excuse to have guns to hunt them also. Lets see,,,, oh yeah, the wading birds, lets steal the shorefront property from those that have held it for generations because someone arbitrarily got a degree and decreed that they were endangered and we needed to protect the "habitat". And lets not forget those pesky vernal pools that pop up everytime it rains real hard. Gotta take control of that land also. Wouldn't want to piss off a frog or salamander! Thats just a handful of the things that make this NOT the place where life is the way it used to be or should be. Oh, one more, lets not forget this years elver harvest(glass eels). Yup, up to $2600/lb. this year brought out the best in man. The Natives(indians) wrote themselves 200+ permits and ran amuck on my private property and tore up my sea wall that cost $12000 to install. They cut the nets of the white man and threw trash and butts and walked all over my yard and carried guns and were around at all hours of the night. Guess they didnt see that commercial back in the 70's with the indian looking at all the trash with a tear in his eye. I have many more such stories from the REAL Maine, just ask. Hint, it don't exist anymore!!!