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About Our Writers James Bell is a graduate of the New Judith Hayes worked over twenty years in England Culinary Institute in Montpe- broadcast journalism and spent sixteen lier, Vermont and has served as chef years as a book and magazine editor. at such esteemed restaurants as The Photography has always been a part of Cafe at Pat’s in Portland, Maine and her writing, and she currently writes travel The Hearth and Candle in Jeffersonville, Vermont. articles for magazines, as well as for online travel and Currently, he is the Director of Resident Dining at photography blogs. She grew up in Maine and finds it to Avita of Stroudwater in Westbrook, Maine and is be a never-ending source of inspiration for her writing. committed to providing residents and families with nutritious, scratch prepared meals that foster well- Emily MacCabe is an Outdoor Educator at ness and community. He resides in New Gloucester the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries with his fiancée and 5-year-old daughter. & Wildlife. Emily grew up in Rockport, Registered Maine master guide, out- Maine, and went on to study Environ- door writer, and nature photographer, mental Science at Unity College. She William Clunie has spent a lifetime in enjoys spending time outdoors, and strives to provide the outdoors. He is presently living life opportunity and inspiration for others to join her. She to the fullest, hunting and fishing from now lives in Wilton with her husband and two black labs. his home in the rugged mountains of Western Maine. He can be reached at:william.clunie@gmail.com Lisa Moore of Harrison has been a professional writer and teacher for Adelyn Connolly is a graduate of God- over 35 years. She is an accom- dard College in Plainfield, Vermont and plished poet who leads the Mountain a recent student of self-imposed home Poets Society every month and has cooking classes. When she isn’t pho- tographing the results of professional self-published six collections of her own poetry (a chef and fiancé, James Bell’s recipes, she is the book- new one called Multiple Choices is due in 2015). keeper for several renowned Portland restaurants, Moore is on the Board of the Alan Day Community and mother to budding chef, 5-year-old Isana. So Garden in Norway. She shares life with two sons, far, Adelyn and Isana have discovered in their kitchen two dogs, two cats, and her husband, Lee, the pro- experiments that they don’t care for lentils. prietor of Pennesseewassee Brewing Company. Kelsey Goldsmith is an aficionado Scott Vlaun is a writer and photographer of barns, the Fryeburg Fair, and who lives in Otisfield. His work appears homemade apple pie. She was raised regularly in books and magazines related atop Mount Mica, and now lives in to gardening and seed saving. Scott a 100-year-old farmhouse with her is also a certified permaculturalist and husband and daughter. Learn more at market gardener. His spare time finds him skiing, www.lovellandparis.com. Photo by Emily Delamater. biking, climbing, or fishing with his son Jasper. Copyright © 2015 West Coast Maine On the cover: This edition of West Coast Maine Magazine The largest ski area east of the Rockies. is created and published by West Coast Photo courtesy Sugarloaf Mountain. Maine. Circulation is 20,000 copies, dis- Cover inset photos by, left to right: tributed free in Western Maine and eastern New Hampshire. Check out our complete Kathy Pickett, courtesy Nooksack Racing Supply, distribution network under the “Newsstands” Rangeley Region Chamber of Commerce, Ray Geiger tab on our website. All rights reserved. No part of this magazine may be reproduced in Editor & publisher – E. Bruce Little any manner, either in print or electronically, Print/web design & layout – Sam Little without the written consent of the publisher. Proofing – Adrienne Little 4 Arts, Entertainment, Adventure and More in Western Maine
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