Spring’s arrival on the Blue Hill Peninsula signals a time of hope and promise. Summer is never too far off, and the earth has come alive again!
Sailboats begin to appear on the Eggemoggin Reach. Clammers fill the muddy shores of Naskeag Point in Brooklin, while the lobstermen of Deer Isle renew their yearly “bug” chase. The shops of Blue Hill open their doors for another season, and that stunning piece of land known as Cape Rosier sparkles under the sunny rays of an April afternoon.
Even after a relatively easy winter like the one just past, there’s no denying that spring is a delightful relief on the coast of Maine.