Edge of Maine
Novelist and biographer Geoffrey Wolff has spent many summers in Maine—sailing its coastal waters, climbing its rocky peaks, and communing with its natives. Now, with the voice of a passionate insider, he brings readers into the heart of this striking region and explains what makes it unique. Starting with a gripping tale about being lost offshore in the fog with inadequat...more
Hardcover, 216 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by National Geographic
(first published 2005)
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It was okay, as a born and raised Mainer he rubbed me the wrong way a bit, I could tell he hadn't spent a lot of time here in the winters. He did make some funny points about "the Fog" and the black flies and I praise him for his comments on working waterfront and taxes for people who have lived here for generations.