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by Terri Malloy My name is Terri Malloy,  I’ve been a full-time RVer and workamper for over 8 years. For those of you that don’t know what a workamper is, it’s someone that lives self contained and travels to different places trading a space to live for either volunteer hours or space plus paid hours or some combination of the two. I move about every 6 months or so depending on the… Read More

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As we slide into the end of August and Labor Day draws near, we’re hanging onto the last of the true summer days vigorously. The weather is still warm and the nights are getting a little cooler, creating the perfect time for one last getaway. We have many fun events coming in September and we will still have live music Monday and Wednesday nights and art classes available from several Artists in… Read More

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Enjoy some of the colorful quilts made by this week’s Artist-in-Residence Susan Ober

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Hello future hoop friends! My name is Jen Appleby and I will be bringing Wingspan Mindful Movement to Searsport Shores July 16-19th. I am a hula hoop dancer from Lisbon Falls Maine and I love helping kids and adults alike find joy in learning to hoopdance. I am a long time mover and have dabbled in tai chi, yoga, ballet, and baton before finding a home in hoopdance as ‘flow art’ five… Read More

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It’s so much fun to finally arrive at Memorial Day Weekend…we plan, we clean, we prepare…and then the guests arrive in magic numbers to celebrate the beginning of camping season! With the help of friends, family and dedicated staff, we’ve been able to open the park with fanfare because we’ve never looked better so early in the season.  It’s a chilly 45 degrees while I write this but the beach if full… Read More

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What do we do in February?…eat well, exercise and play with string.

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December always seems to be a blur because of holiday decorations, parties and the inevitable bumpy shifting of gears from closing the campground to being closed. By the second week of January we’re rested, filled with happy memories and fueled to begin planning for the summer season to come…impatiently caught between enjoying our icy imprisonment (the road into the campground thawed from its slick icy state just last night) and projecting our thoughts towards… Read More

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I’ve been looking for a postcard image since I made coffee two hours ago and still no luck…but as I slog through the pictures, I spend most of my time smiling because of the memories they bring back. Because it’s reservation season and we seem to have more “new” guests than we’ve ever had, I thought you might like to see some pictures that show specific campsites. These are photos that we’ve… Read More

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Since we’ve been back from the Berkshires, Steven’s been working on the grounds as much as possible…you know you live in Maine when over the course of the week you work outside in snow, sleet and 60 degree sunshine within the time it takes to finish your chores.  I only went outside to take pictures when the sun was out…gray skies and cold rain mean I’m inside cooking soups and playing with… Read More

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Columbus Day Weekend is our traditional fall clean-up weekend and the annual festival in town…Typical for our coastal weather we enjoyed warm sunshine, cold winds, rain and glorious sunrises…I think the weather changed every 20 minutes from Thursday to Monday.  But we had a great time and here’s a collage of the activities that filled Searsport.

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