Open year round from dawn to dusk, the unique, edgy and very imaginative sculptures Langlais created are engaging to both young and old. Langlais, who died in at age 56, was born in Old Town and is best known in Maine for his foot Abenaki Indian in Skowhegan. He began assembling sculptures from wood, populating his 90 acres with hundreds of pieces, mostly sculptures of animals and an occasional human figure — Richard Nixon, most notably.
In Novemberfour-year-old Azubah arrived in South Orrington on a sailing vessel with her parents, Timothy and Zeruiah Nickerson Freeman, and her nine siblings. She was the youngest daughter. In the spring ofthere was a memorial service for George Washington who died the previous December.
Inspired by the land and the seasons, she started up the Salt Water Farm cooking school in on her family's land in Lincolnville, a acre spread overlooking Penobscot Bay. Along with her two hounds, Moose and Moxie, Ahearn welcomes guests to a grown-up version of culinary summer camp. Ahearn's pal, local artist Colin Sullivan-Stevensturned a piece of driftwood found on the farm's beach into an apt sign for the cooking school, which emphasizes seasonal ingredients and creative use of what you have on hand.
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I was overdue for an adventure; been down on the farm for far too long. Jack and Jerika have schooner coffee and hot water on deck at or so, followed shortly after by pans and platters of coffee cake, muffins, crunchy baked things to munch on as the early risers sip their outstanding coffee and attempt great and small philosophical debate on the sunrise and the distant crow of a rooster from the barnyard of a tiny farm on a tiny island with a tiny, quiet harbor, one where we just spent the night sleeping. I find my washbasin and climb on deck to get water to wash the sleep from my eyes and then walk back to the coffee pot.
A simple, yet delicious, syrup made from strawberries and sugar, to make for a very special dish. Combine all ingredients in a saucepan, and let stand 30 minutes or until sugar dissolves. Cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, 5 minutes or until warm.
Last year, 76 women and girls took up the pan. Vicki smiled and gripped the handle, swinging it back and forth, like a tennis player preparing to serve. But in the actual releasing action, it was more like bowling, as Vicki took that pan back one last time before sending it on its way. It landed 47 feet 9 inches distant.