What is Living Little?

Where else can you see a log cabin, a general store, a houseboat, a church, a Victorian mansion, a woodworking shop, several homes, and more all under one roof?  In miniature at the Brick Store Museum‘s newest exhibition, of course!  Living Little: A Selection of Doll-houses and Architectural Models. These are just a few of
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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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A little Nookie here at the inn!

Hope that title caught your attention! But it’s just a silly way of introducing a new feature at the inn I’ve been eager to tell you about: The Captain’s Wine Nook. The Captain’s Wine Nook occupies a set of stairs we discovered hidden behind a wall just outside the reception area on the first floor.
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Golfing with all the president’s men!

Or at least, the president’s caddies. Got a hankering for a round of golf while visiting the Kennebunks? May I suggest the links where the President plays – This semi-private club offers 18 holes of serious, professional-level golf. It is known for many things, including its beauty. The course rambles along the shores of the
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A letter from a fan!

On July 3, we had a very nice surprise party in our side garden for a friend named Mary who celebrated her 96th birthday with us. Smart, able and still full of all the life God gave her, Mary sent us this letter afterward. I’d like to share it with you now: Dear Bev and
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