Monday, September 24, 2012
Why Maine is a Great Wilderness
Maine is a vast, isolated and empty, and this is precisely what is enjoyed by a large number of its 1.2 million inhabitants. To the uninitiated, the woods may seem course and lonely but Maine’s wild lands are in fact not empty and instead possess a wild unbridled energy difficult to explain.
Maine contains a subtle beauty whispered gently to you by the wind in the white pines and the waves lapping at a deserted beach, it will only be understood by those able to slow down and truly listen. One can draw power and healing from these whispers and explorers have come here for centuries to revitalize their souls.