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Oktoberfest this weekend at the Spillover Motel in Stratton

Oktoberfest this weekend at the Spillover Motel in Stratton

We stopped by to find out more about this great event happening this Saturday just north of Sugarloaf as you head into Stratton. Live music, Beer, Food Trucks, fires, foliage and so much fun to be had. Be sure to check it out!

Stub’s Service

Robert “Stub” Taylor’s service at the Richard Bell Chapel, Carrabassett Valley, Maine.

WCBB’s Ski Show footage of Stub Taylor

WCBB’s Ski Show footage of Stub Taylor

So glad we have such great memories of this wonderful man. Our precious videos are priceless for the ability to see & hear the mannerisms & voice of someone who so many loved so much. Tomorrow will be a tough day, especially for the Taylor family. May their sadness be colored with the warmth of […]

Delicious dining options north on Rt. 27

Delicious dining options north on Rt. 27

Downhill Supply Company: the 2020 skis are arriving daily!

Downhill Supply Company: the 2020 skis are arriving daily!

We stopped by to chat with the folks at the Downhill Supply Company in Village Center and they are itching for the colder weather to start. New equipment and products are arriving daily and there’s some great deals on last years demos skis, etc.. Stop by next time your in the village..

A wedding in your future?? Tea Pond’s setting couldn’t be more idyllic!

A wedding in your future?? Tea Pond’s setting couldn’t be more idyllic!

Since the Off the Beaten Path Restaurant & Pub have become so popular, Tea Pond Lodge & Cabins now raises the bar even more with this summer’s construction of a pavilion to broaden what they can offer to guests! Well done! Well worth the drive, by however you get there; not to be missed during […]

Maine Stitching Specialties/Dog Not Gone; a growing local business

Maine Stitching Specialties/Dog Not Gone; a growing local business

We had the opportunity to sit down with Bill Swain, co-owner of Maine Stitching Specialties and Dog Not Gone to learn about how they came about, what they have to offer and how they are bringing back a piece of manufacturing right down the road in Skowhegan… We’d also like to thank them for the […]

Stub in action… sort of!

Stub in action… sort of!

I am knocking on wood that this was/will be the one & only Tobo ride I ever take! Skip my bad acting & watch Stub doing what he did better than anyone else! & head first, Nicko’s smooth driving down that hump on Comp Hill, was a hoot….. I wonder how many injured skiers experienced […]

Stub Taylor

Stub Taylor

Few of us have the chance to know & work with people who are game-changers, yet super humble, serious about their work, but never taking themselves too seriously. Stub faced any & every challenge with grit & determination, yet a softness that was of such comfort to the injured skiers whose aide he came to, […]

Take a Hike: Cranberry Peak

Take a Hike: Cranberry Peak

Cranberry Peak is the western most peak of the 17 mile long Bigelow Range. About 6 miles round trip, it’s a great hike to give you a taste of what hiking on the Bigelows is like. Spectacular views with some cool natural features along the way keep it interesting. Check out the video and make […]