Located on the corner of routes 27 & 16 in Stratton you’ll find the Dead River Area Historical Society. It may look like just an old church from the outside, but inside is chock full of artifacts and exhibits which chronicles the rich history of this area. From Benedict Arnold’s march through the area to Quebec, local Celeb Jud Strunk to the flooding of the towns of Dead River and Flagstaff there’s a ton to see. Retired game warden Scott Stevens takes us through as you can see in the videos. Check it out! [Read more…]
Talk about Local Talent! In the 1960s & into the 70s, Peter Webber was becoming a leader in the growing ski industry in Maine, [Read more…]
For those of us who had the joy of knowing Uncle Al, his delicious laugh is just one aspect of this incredibly talented & truly beautiful man, which will be sorely missed! In this interview from a Sugarloaf Founders’ Night gathering at the Red Stallion in Carrabassett a few years ago, Al shared some of his history after coming to the area in the mid-60s with Jud Strunk’s son Jeff. Thanks for the memories, Uncle Al. We will always love you…..