Monhegan Island Maine

September 27, 2009 by USA Post 

Monhegan Island Maine, Little more than a square mile of rock in the North Atlantic, Monhegan Island is an isolated treasure for those looking for a slower pace of life. Located just 12 miles off the coast of southern Maine, the island is only accessible by ferry and has no cars or paved roads.
This island fishing village with no cars or paved roads is popular with artists.

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Stepping onto Monhegan is like stepping into the past, just the way people lived 100 years ago, “before they had all the technology, cars and traffic and shopping malls. Life was simpler; that’s the way it is here. I always say it’s like ‘Little House on the Prairie,’” said Lisa Brackett, a sternman of a lobster boat.

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