Maine December 01, 2016
15 Majestic Spots In Maine That Will Make You Feel Like You’re At The North Pole
Winters in Maine are long and cold, but they’re also simply magical. If you know where to look when it snows, you’ll feel like you’re right at the North Pole.
1. If Santa's elves are looking for a nice village to relax after Christmas, Robin Hood Cove in Georgetown is just the place.
2. They might not be reindeer, but these three sure look magical.
3. Tommy's Park in Portland looks just amazing when lit up for the holidays. Santa could be right around the corner...
4. This is surely the bridge to Santa's Workshop. Or it might be a bridge in Deering Oaks Park.
5. This frozen pond is perfect for North Pole ice fishing, skating or just snow gazing.
6. Santa can't cut down all the trees for Christmas. Instead, he leaves a few to be covered in snow to give the North Pole that woodsy feel.
7. Sure, Santa isn't on a ship - he's flying through the air on his sleigh. But did it ever occur to you that on a foggy night, he could use a light?
8. Have you ever wondered where all those letters to Santa ended up?
9. Over the river and through the woods...and it's a good thing Santa has a sleigh. Look at that deep snow!
10. We wonder...when Santa's dam freezes, does his power go out?
11. Here's one of the ponies Santa keeps on hand for the good little boys and girls who want one.
12. A sea of trees.
13. I think we've found Santa's Workshop.
14. The North Pole is vast...just like this view from Mt. Agamenticus.
15. We can't deny it. The North Pole (aka the gorgeous state of Maine) is simply magical.
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