11 Things No One Tells You About Surviving A Maine Winter

Well, Mainers. It’s happened. Much of the state has now officially received the first snow of the season. It may not have been a blizzard and it may have only covered our windshields, but there was no mistaking that white stuff falling from they sky. While most of us know that this is leading to, it’s always a bit jarring when we’re forced to acknowledge that winter (really) is coming. While many of you have been through a few of these at this point, here are a few things that people just won’t say about surviving Maine in winter.

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While you’re preparing for winter, make sure to add a trip on this train to the North Pole to your list of things to do in December!