Moosehead Lake


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Moose·head Lake

 (mo͞os′hĕd′)
A lake of west-central Maine north of Augusta. It is the center of a popular resort area.
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Moose′head Lake′

(ˈmusˌhɛd)
n.
a lake in central Maine. 42 mi. (68 km) long; 300 sq. mi. (780 sq. km).
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Van Haaften can't help but type up every detail ("Berenice's 90th birthday celebration included an afternoon excursion on the historic Moosehead Lake steamboat Katahdin"), so much so that you lose a bit of your goodwill towards the earlier portions of the book.
My wife and I have a small place on Moosehead Lake (near Greenville, Maine) and I am planning to start flying there as well.
The airport provides easy access to Maine's premiere destinations such as Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, Moosehead Lake, Katahdin, Baxter State Park, mid-coast and northern Maine.
He was an avid deer hunter and fisherman who enjoyed the Moosehead Lake area of Maine.
A huge development already planned for the shores of Moosehead Lake in the region is just one example of the kinds of changes afoot that could decimate the region's wilderness qualities.
This region runs east of Moosehead Lake up to Mount Kathadin in Maine, over a distance of 100 miles where the Appalachian Trail does not cross any paved road.
Maine, in the north, has an abundance of wildlife around Moosehead Lake and along the Appalachian Trail.
CLF is working to limit the greenhouse gas impacts of the proposed Plum Creek development in the Moosehead Lake Region.
I also wanted to film in an out-of-the-way place in the East, and I chose Moosehead Lake up in Maine.
I'm from Maine's Moosehead Lake country; a place not exactly situated in the banana belt.
It's here that loons dive for crayfish on a pond near Moosehead Lake, where the breaking sun backlights groves of stately trees, and clouds of golden mist float above crystal ponds and lakes at dawn.