The National Weather Service in Gray remind us that the ice might not be safe to go on, even though it's January. They've posted a helpful, easy to understand chart that shows us how thick the ice should be to support our weight. In fact, they show us how thick it needs to be from walking on it, to driving a pickup truck on to it.
The folks at Hudson Bus Lines in Lewiston have a great rig setup to easily clear off the tops of their fleet. The buses line right up and pass under a big frame with a broom type thing on it to get the job done way easier.
Our friends at the Maine As F*ck Facebook page have done it again. They've discovered another incredible example of the funny unique style displayed only here in this great state. If you're not following them yet, you really should. There's always great stuff there that only us locals will understand.
Somebody found a roadkill coyote frozen solid in Northern Maine. Since it was suspended in a pose worthy of display in the state museum, they stood it up on the side of the road for people to see while driving by.