Objects Found at The Captain Lord Mansion

These trees are commonly planted as ornamental shade trees, but the nuts are sometimes confused with the fruit of another tree. Confusion arises because of the common name of the fruit. However, this plant is not the same as the edible nut. There are two of these magnificent trees located on the side lawn of the
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Where Can You Find The Captain Lord Mansion in Miniature?

Hestia Creations of Marblehead, MA has been making miniature copies of the Captain Lord Mansion for many years.  The miniatures come as both Christmas ornaments and magnets.  The Christmas ornaments look very beautiful with the oval foliage surrounding the depiction of the inn building.  Over the many years selling these lovely keepsakes, we’ve offered several limited editions which have completely
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Maine DEP Certifies the Captain Lord Mansion!

The Maine Department of Environmental Protection certifies the Captain Lord Mansion as an "Environmental Leader" for implementing pollution prevention and conservation of resource actions and other environmentally friendly practices.  We received our certification in a letter dated July 25, 2009. We have been recycling bottles, cans, glass, plastics, cardboard and paper for years. Also, we recently instituted several
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Christmas in August?

Not really, but we’re already getting ready for the grand holiday in life-size style! For many years, Bev and I considered purchasing life-size figures for a Nativity Scene, which we wanted to display on the front granite stairs at the Captain Lord Mansion during Christmas. But, alas, thus far, it’s been too expensive to make
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Sign says: We’re giving the inn a fresh coat.

You may have noticed a sign on our front lawn that seems a little out of character.  Please don’t be alarmed.  It is not a real estate sign!  It is just there to let you know that Jay Binette of Dedicated Painting Services from Arundel, Maine, is spending some time here at 6 Pleasant Street,
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