25 Moose Ridge Road, my residence while in the western lakes area of Maine. I’m very happy staying in this home on the lake.
Ari’s Pizza & Subs in Norway, Maine is a decent place to grab a sub or calzone. It’s the first place I ate in Norway.
Books n Things in Norway is a full service bookstore with new and used books, quality toys, magazines as well as an extensive regional section. It’s right on Main Street.
If you haven’t been, Fare Share is a grocery store, a meeting place, a wellness resource, a buy-local opportunity. On top of all that, it’s fun to browse around. Check it out.
My living room overlooking the lake. Perfectly serene.
Known as Tut’s for many years, Melby’s is the place to go. Whether you want a meal, a bottle of Coffee Brandy or ice cream cones, Melby’s Market and Eatery has it all! You can even buy hunting and fishing licenses and non resident snowmobile registrations at Melbys. What ever the season there is a reason to visit Melbys!
Cafe’ Nomad is a quirky little joint with local fare and high price to go with it. I liked the food, but found it overpriced.
Re-purposed 100 yr-old school house, now used as the North Waterford, Maine Post Office.
Rewarding view at the top of the short, but steep hike Streaked Mountain.
Taste of Eden Café’s philosophy of food comes from Genesis 1:29, the original diet of mankind. It didn’t smell so good to me, so I didn’t order anything. Sorry.
The Weary Club Of Norway where men who claimed to be weary of household chores would go in the 1920’s. That’s hilarious to me!