Nemo 2013 – Camden, Rockland, Midcoast – Maine

Downtown Rockland Maine in the middle of Nemo blizzard

Cabin fever has set in and Lanita and I are dying to get out. We are in the middle of a classic Nor’Easter. They have given this blizzard a name, Nemo. Lanita and I jump in the Suburban and drive from Camden to Rockland Maine taking pictures. I kept thinking, this sure would be silly to get stuck or have a fender bender, just for the sake of a joy ride. Lanita has a positive outlook on life, pedal to the metal and all that, there was no keeping her home. As usual she is right, we had a blast sliding around!!! A few pictures to give you a small taste of what a nor-easter is like in midcoast Maine. … Continue reading →

Camden Maine Schnooner Weekend

The Sailors are in town!!

It’s Labour Day Weekend here in Camden Maine. It’s an interesting time of year where we start transitioning from summer to fall, lots of great weather still ahead, but there is a hint of a chill. Plenty of tourists in town, with a schedule full of events for the weekend. The seasons are changing here in Maine, and we at Seasons of Smiles Dental are grateful that we have so much to smile about. … Continue reading →

Camden, Maine

Camden, Maine

Camden, located in mid-coast Maine has been called the prettiest spot in Maine.  It is one of only two places on the Atlantic seaboard where the mountains meet the sea. Settlers were here as early as 1768, and it was known as Cambden Plantation unofficially known as Megunticook, a Native American name meaning “big mountain harbor”.  When the population reached 331, a town government was needed so they could build roads, bridges, schools, etc.  Camden at that time included Rockport, West Rockport, Rockville and Glen Cove.  A petition was sent to the General Court of Massachusetts at Boston and approved.  Prior to statehood in 1820, the District of Maine was part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. For two hundred years, … Continue reading →