Whoa...somethings up and the call on your voice mail from that pretty receptionist at the job you have in the heart of the noisy, dirty, traffic bumper to bumper city shows genuine concern, for you not to worry about coming in to work today.
That she got the message about you're not feeling well, that'll she'll hold down the fort at work until Monday and for you to just lay low, get better.
You feel like a Pinocchio, glance over your shoulder for a rear seat Gepetto.
Isn't writer Stephen King from Maine? Could this mean you are part of a new horror novel, a movie screenplay? Sweat forms over your lip. Your hands gripping the wheel in 10 and 2 position are clammy as you crank the air, redirect the vent louvers. Enter the state of Maine. Spy the blue welcome sign at Kittery, Elliot after crossing the big green bridge.
You're on Interstate 95 and obviously the next three days have been cleared for a trip to Maine by some one, some force. One road trip if you are really honest with the guy with the red, blood shot eyes in the rear view mirror studying you, has been pondered. Often. A lot. You've thought about seeing this big state of Maine up close and personal.
For your self. Live and in living color.
Because carrying a taser, the grind of living in the city is getting old, tiresome.
Making you weary and gray.
Grouchy, short tempered and depressed according to office workers, family, neighbors who have seen a change. Mood swing. Expressed genuine concern.
You feel trapped, anxious, just out of sorts and the itch for a place like Maine is growing, deepening. The volume increasing from a whisper to air raid warning urgency. Partly due to that Andy Mooers Maine real estate blogger fellow and those enticing images, videos, incredibly low cost ME real estate ads. One after another that like a siren make you break the lashes holding you to the day to day mast. And now finally the captain of your own ship, directing the men to turn ashore.
To land on a beach in Maine. See for yourself about this place that mirrors Eden. But you're city street wise, wary of eating any of the apples. However, making a mental note, reminding yourself to at the very least to sample the Maine boiled lobster, steamed clams, fresh blueberries, baked potatoes while in Vacationland.
Maine, you'll love the rock bound coast lines, the quaint harbors, shops, lighthouses hard working family centered people.
The Sugarloafs, Sunday River snow skiing, Mt Katahdins, Acadia Park's Cadillac Mountain sunrise views will remove your ability for speech. Make your eyes bug, jaw drop open. Like stopping a clock.
And the crisp clear air, crystal clean water, black velvet star filled Maine night skies create a sense that you are dreaming, drifting, suspended.You are, but while wide awake, standing up in Maine.
The icing on the cake is the incredible low cost Maine real estate. You suddenly realize you won't need a mortgage living here in Maine, New England.
Or investing in a second vacation ME home on one of the many Maine lakes, waterfront river listings, properties that can be picked up for very very little money.
Maine, you'll love what she offers. What she doesn't, won't too. Like no traffic, being the 4th lowest crime state, boasting no pollution, lower population is just part of what add fuel to the fire in your belly to get here.
Life's not over, it just starts, begins in Maine.
And the final destination the dash board Garmin is tractor beaming, pulling you to?
This sporting camp Maine river property..hit the button.
Watch the video. Ask lots of questions about the Aroostook County Maine log lodge, cabins. The area it is parked in, surrounded by wildlife, trees, no Walmarts or traffic lights or honking horns. Just sqauwking ducks, Maine loons, bald eagles, moose, deer, black bear, crickets, the wind in the pines.