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Maine Best Attractions 2011

Maine Best Attractions 2011
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by in May 2011

Harvest Gold,
Center Lovell
Hard to say which is better: the gold jewelry and other fine craftwork inside the gallery or the views outside over Kezar Lake to the mountains. 1082 Main St. (Route 5). 207-925-6502;

Maine Balsam Fir Products,
West Paris
Inhale deeply while pawing through the bargain bin and browsing the one-room balsam-scented store adjacent to the barn where the products are hand-crafted. Choose from pillows, oils, soaps, and more. Tours are available; just ask. 16 Morse Hill Road. 800-522-5726, 207-522-5726;

Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum,
Fly Rod Crosby, Carrie Stevens, Herb Welch, Herb Ellis, and Ed Grant are among the sports luminaries whose stories are related in this new museum highlighting the region’s fishing, boating, hunting, and sporting-camp heritage. Jct. Main & Richardson Sts. 207-864-3091;

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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