Space, you know what happens when too little happens if not living in Maine.
It takes its toll. Whether it's flying across the puddle to Europe, over to Hawaii and the Far East to stretch your legs. Or gathered around the dining room table.
When every Tom, Dick and Harry you are related to shows up for a Thanksgiving drumstick. A second slab of pumpkin pie.
You need living space, Maine has plenty to go around.
Road rage from being stuck in traffic or passed by someone working their way up the line.
And making you slam on the brakes, create a space where there was none so they don't get hit by on coming traffic. Just one example in the time suck of bumper to bumper grid lock.
Long term effects of just no space.
Zero lot lines and zip for a back yard. Side and front ones zip for any real border area either.
Means cabin feeling antsy happens. All the time.
So you are moving, relocating, retiring to Maine.
Good decision. One of the first things you will enjoy is plenty of space.
Elbow room galore. And no one whining you can not do this according to HOA bylaws, local regulations. And multiple code enforcement folks rat a tat tatting on your front door. Certified mail to sign for, deputy sheriffs delivering summons all visiting but not for a social call. There is another way. Get away to Maine and leave the monkey business back in the city. Put it in your rear view mirror. Look ahead for the big green bridge.
Maine is not a state known for over regulation, too many permits, layers and layers of ordinances. The people are hard working, friendly, still practice common sense. Down to Earth, family oriented and grateful to live full time in Vacationland.
Because we are small towns, 108 of them and just a handful of cities in Maine.
No need for all that paperwork because not a zillion people. To crowd control, funnel, herd like cattle in the fourth lowest crime state.
So back to that 100 acre Maine living room that got you into the post.
Our living room is outdoors, natural space in Maine. We are caged animals inside too long.
Cabin fever happens not just in winter. One more of the four seasons to explore, discover.
About your surroundings, what's deep inside yourself too. That's way over due to unlock, set free. You make the time, have it in Maine.
Enjoy the beauty of unfiltered, unspoiled Maine. It is one of the big reasons people consider moving, relocating, retiring in Maine.
Consider some Maine homes with land, space to relax, breathe deeply. Fill those lungs with fresh clean air.
Get a property one with a barn if you want to be talking some kind of amazing space to store, work out of and for critters.
To loosen up, move around and feel like someone just let you out of a life prison where you have been doing time.
For the only crime of giving up the day to day spacious feeling of country living.
Unfortunately eight out of ten people live in a city but not all by choice.
It is kid in a candy store exciting for someone not used to all that space here in Maine.
When raised in a city with a park here and there sparse. Some open green space but the rest roadways, skyscrapers and living in the shadows.
Worried all the time about personal safety. Crime on the mind. Because that is the lay of the urban concrete jungle. Not the way we roll in rural Maine. Consider a move, relocation, retiring to Maine. Change the way you look at living, get to Maine, the way life should be.