Black White & Brown

Where we stop and smell the roses for you


Ah Vacationland...a beloved nickname for New England's youngest and most mysterious state: Maine. A long-time part of Massachusetts, Maine was the last New England state to be founded in 1820, a near thirty years after its closest sibling: Vermont, in 1791, and thirty-six years after the end of the Revolutionary War. Despite the state's late-coming, however, its name actually dates back to the 1600s. During that time, land was still being...

Fort Barton

From the tiny graveyard to the top of the observation tower, the history and scenery of Fort Barton define romanticism in a modern day light. With ties to the Native Americans, a humorous encounter during the Revolutionary War, and eighty-three acres of forest, rivers and greenery, it’s the perfect backdrop for a Saturday afternoon and escape to another time. Enter the park and you come across a clearing marked by the observation tower and a...
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