Wayne Curtis is a contributing editor at The Atlantic magazine. He’s also written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, American Scholar, and This American Life. The author of And a Bottle of Rum, Curtis was named Lowell Thomas Travel Journalist of the Year in 2002. He lives in New Orleans.
Maine: Off the Beaten Pathby Wayne Curtis
Weathered lobstermen, spindly-legged moose, spruce- and pine-laced rocky coasts, and of course, L.L.Bean - Maine is full of unique "must-see" attractions. From a wedding cake shaped house built by an old sea captain for his wife in Kennebunkport to Frank Anicatti's Kennebec fruit store, from the Moxie capital of the world to the Bethel Gehring Clinic for Nervous Disorders, referred to as the resting place of Harvard's academic community, Maine is a wealth of off-the-beaten-path charms.
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