Ayuh, They Blog in Maine Too

In case you didn’t notice, I love to link. I have four blogrolls full of great bloggers for your perusal (five, counting the reciproll). That is, until today.

Presenting the latest blogroll: Maine Bloggers!

Yes, I freely admit that I am an expatriate Mainah from Bangor (not Banger, fools!). But you know what? It’s hard finding them. Florida bloggers are all over the place. I get to pick and choose the niftiest morsels. With Maine, I had to scrape and dig to find some. But as any good Downeaster knows, it ain’t worth much unless you work for it. So, the results of my efforts are most excellent representatives of the Pine Tree State (even if most of them are “from away”).

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20 Responses to Ayuh, They Blog in Maine Too

  1. Kim says:

    Bang ‘er? I don’t even know ‘er.


  2. Kat says:

    oh yeah, that is way cool solonor. maynah bloggahas. alright!!

  3. Christine says:

    My goal in life is to move from Beantown to Maine. Mike and I eloped to Maine. When we leave the house, we spend more time in Maine than we do in Massachusetts.

    And when I move to Maine, I will be blogging, still.

    Thank you! 🙂

  4. Maria says:

    Alright dude, I am on total sensory overload!! I never knew you were in the big O!!! Cool!

    We are “Otownians” :o)

    So now I am reading all your posts, and there seems to be soooo much fun afoot here! What with Fark, and “He who must not be named”, and all the great little extras! You’ve got one hell of a blog going on here!! :o)

    PS- Please don’t put any crazy words in here like bxlimp to make me appear crazy. I am a total nut case, but I hate for anyone to know it until it’s too late!! *lol*

    You got my vote for sure! What category are we talking about here? ;o)

  5. She’s A Mainiac!

    Solonor has a new blogroll on his site…for bloggers

  6. Solonor says:

    Best Use Of The Word Ayuh In A Blog? 🙂

  7. gnome-girl says:

    Banger sounds more fun so I’m sticking with that thank you 😉 now I’m off to start a zimbabwa blogroll

  8. Lisa says:

    So you escaped, did ya? My parents moved to Florida in 1992 and never looked back, but I love Maine. Where else could you go to the beach in mid-summer and keep your beer ice cold in the surf?
    Thanks for the link, enjoy your “winter” weather.
    The rest of us will be stuck in that snow bank over there. Until June.

  9. Amytart says:

    Yeah…well, I’m from Maine..born and raised…and I’m not leaving….so there.

    Check out druzba.com too 🙂 He’s a transplant but hey…he’s got a lobster on his front page.

  10. Solonor says:

    There are three kinds of Mainers:

    Those who escaped.
    Those who wish they could escape.
    Those “from away” who don’t know no bettah.

    I have both you and Druzba on my Maine blogroll, and you’re not escaping. So there! 🙂

  11. Brian says:

    What, I don’t even get a “thankyewverramuch” for suggesting amytart and druzba to you? I demand a finder’s fee!

  12. Solonor says:

    Shhh! I was trying to protect you by not letting them know which cruel person pointed me their way.

  13. Tam says:

    Came here after seeing the link on Christine’s blog (and your comment)… for the record, I grew up in CT and summered in Maine (yes I was a tourist) and now I own property in Shapleigh. We’re just not ready to build the house yet…

    Just one more reason to move sooner rather than later.

  14. Solonor says:

    Close enough for me! I think I’m going to change the name to “New England Bloggers (and those who wish they were)”…

  15. Ric The Schmuck says:

    Is this some lame attempt at trying to goad me into creating a blog of mine very own? 🙂 (Y’all show me how to come up with the free webspace and maybe I’ll play along…)
    And for the record, I haven’t escaped, don’t wish to escape and am certainly not from away. Phhhtpppppp…. 🙂
    And “Bang-er? I don’t even know ‘er” is the standard response… not to be confused with the yard sale-ing favorite “Do you dicker? She’s your wife, you dick-er!”

  16. Ric The Schmuck says:

    Oh yeah, sorry that I forgot. Ayuh, this here blog thingy is whicked cool. There.

  17. Solonor says:

    I sense hostility, young Padawan. 🙂

    And anytime you want http://solonor.com/schmuck/ (or http://schmuck.solonor.com/ for that matter) it’s your’s, man. Reasonable rates. Annoying neighbors. Looney landlord. The works.

  18. Ric The Schmuck says:

    Uh-oh, you weren’t supposed to make it available withing 5 minutes of posting. How am I going to be able to find a way to weasel out of such an awesome responsibility? 🙂

  19. Dr. Weevil says:

    I’m grateful for the permalink but I probably shouldn’t be listed as a Maine blogger. I spent a very pleasant six months of last year (February to July) in Yarmouth and lived in Bath for a year or so in the mid-’50s (I was still in diapers and remember nothing), but otherwise have no connection to the state. I’ve been in Rochester, NY since early September.

  20. Christine says:

    *sigh* I wish I could live in New England…

    By the way, Rusty who runs kuro5hin.org – a HUGE site – is from Maine. He lives on an island, and is quite the outdoorsman. It amuses me to hear his wilderness stories!

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