March 16, 2021

Ohh March…

March is a bit of a trickster here in Maine. It’s the time of the year when the weather just doesn’t know what it wants to […]
February 19, 2021

Return to the River

Hello! I’ve been gone quite some time from here, no? Jeesh it looks like November of 2019 was my last post? Whatever could have kept me […]
November 17, 2019

Moose River Adventure

Last weekend I got to feeling bored and creative so I checked out the iMovie app that comes on my iPhone and my Mac computer. It’s […]
November 6, 2019

Bring it

Just as they discovered with the green spaces of tree-filled forests scientists now say being near the blue spaces of water—shorelines, riverbanks, waterfalls—can also boost your […]
May 21, 2018

Forget the Fiddleheads!

One of the great things about having a birthday in early May is getting the chance to take the day off and go enjoy some spring […]
May 20, 2018

The adventure isn’t always pretty or fun

The adventure isn’t always pretty or fun. It’s been hard for me to come here and write from the get go. Perhaps I’ve needed a mission […]
April 26, 2018

Ice out?

Ice out on… We can start checking off Maine bodies of water on a daily basis now. And as spring continues to bear down we’ll be […]
August 19, 2017

Moosehead Northern Maine Adventure

I’ve been away from RiverDevin too long my friends. I poked my head out once this winter but that was it. Since the snow melted I […]
April 20, 2017

She Slipped Out Sometime in the Night (A Poem)

February 25, 2017

Let’s face it; there is much to gripe about.

Rain is in the forecast. Rivers and streams are set to ice jam. Floods are on the horizon. My nine hundred foot dirt driveway is a […]
August 12, 2016

Backpacking adventure to the Cutler Coast: Part 2

Read Part 1 Here Morning dawned bright with the clouds beginning to lift off the sea. From my tent I could tell it was about to […]
August 10, 2016

Backpacking adventure to the Cutler Coast: Part 1

When thinking about the coastline of Maine in its most celebrated most idyllic sense to my mind it’s only the Downeast region that still fully captures […]