For years visitors asked why I have a 16-foot granite monument on my front lawn. They want to know why the five foot steel monkey clinging to the top is blowing a five foot chrome bugle. You will see this monument on Route 131 5.4 miles from Route One in Thomaston. One of St. George's most photographed tourist attractions, it is something most people feel they have to see when visiting our part of Maine. Janice Lang, the famous Canadian photographer, took this picture of my monument at sunrise. Wouldn't you think that a professional would have taken the picture from another angle or at another time of day so you wouldn't have the sun in your eyes? When you visit us I hope you'll take your picture in broad daylight.



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Spring

If you are from south of Connecticut, you would say that there is no spring in Maine. We have winter and getting ready for winter.

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