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  • Back Country Excursions, LLC
    Back Country Excursions founder Cliff Krolick set up his mountain-biking base camp in 1991. Since, he has designed a mountain biking adventure off the beaten trail in a quiet area of the White Mt. Foothills, where he and his staff greatly enjoy working with all levels of mountain bikers. The 30 miles of trails, accessible with one-day or annual passes, traverse terrain suitable for both novice and advanced riders, from a gently rolling single track to fun but challenging descent peppered with slaloms and tree spring noose traps set by territorial squirrels. Cliff and his experienced crew of savvy mountain bikers guide and teach multi-day mountain biking tours through the wilderness with comfort of their mountain lodge or screened-in backcountry yurt. To ensure that the environment stays pristine for future generations, Cliff donates a portion of annual profits to a variety of local environmental causes.
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    42 Woodward Rd.
    Parsonsfield, ME US
  • Earth & Soul Pottery
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Earth and Soul facet_type_id: 55305360-71e6-1032-9fd7-46730ba3f401 html_text: A slab of wet clay spins between your hands and slowly begins to take the shape of a vase, a bowl, or a flower pot. Whatever your mind's eye conjures up, instructor Sarah Sorenson-Coppi is there to help guide your hands. During her adult or kid pottery classes, Sarah draws from her more than 18 years of experience to impart the techniques necessary to create a unique and functional work of art. As she does so, students can feel good about protecting the environment, as Sarah's studio is completely solar powered and made of sustainable materials.
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    168 Bonny Eagle Road
    Hollis, ME US
  • Cosmotech School of Cosmetology
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Cosmotech School of Cosmetology facet_type_id: c388f480-5f39-1032-bfc2-6f1ee9469397 html_text: Cosmotech School of Cosmetology's licensed instructors supervise a squadron of students as they gain experience performing a variety of hair, skin, and nail services. Budding stylists transform hair with flattering cuts and color treatments, whereas skin and nail technicians beautify and cleanse faces and fingertips with soothing facials and mani-pedis.
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    39 Mechanic St.
    Westbrook, ME US
  • Sneaky Pete Billiards
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Sneaky Pete Billiards facet_type_id: 3ee2cbe0-5f3c-1032-a77b-7a01c1d4acc7 html_text: Open until 1 a.m., Sneaky Pete Billiards riles up the spirit of friendly competition with a variety of different games, including video games, darts, foosball, and billiards atop eight tables. Tournaments are posted on their Facebook page, and leagues take place three nights a week. Patrons of all ages can fuel the competition by diving into hearty dishes such as chili mac or shepherd's pie—a homemade heap of savory ground beef and fresh mashed potatoes that leaves bellies more full than a drill sergeant's swear jar. Guests can also stroll up to the full-service bar and imbibe a selection of 36 bottled beers or variety of cocktails.
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    824 Roosevelt Trail
    Windham, ME US
  • Tailgate Bar and Grill
    When new owners Brian and Sue took over Tailgate Bar and Grill recently, they completely revamped the eatery, building a new stage for live entertainment and overhauling the menu. But since they knew a good thing when they saw it, the duo decided to keep the same friendly staff. These servers shuttle platters of crowd-pleasing American food from the kitchen, including slow-cooked barbecue ribs with cornbread and fish and chips made with flaky pieces of haddock. Plenty of beer and liquor keep guests hydrated as bands and DJs take the stage on select nights to play rock, blues, and country tunes.
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    61 Portland Road
    Gray, ME US
  • PNF
    Mark York and Whitney Sullivan trim and tone physiques at their company PNF, which stands for Personalized Nutrition and Fitness. They don’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to creating any fitness regimen or meal plan. Instead, they combine the focused exercise of personal training with the crowd motivation of group-fitness classes. Their classes range from familiar standbys like yoga and kickboxing to cheekily titled circuit-training classes such as “buns and guns.” They supplement these sweat sessions with custom nutritional counseling, which, depending on your fitness aspirations, could include guidance on how to make vegetarian recipes, design more energy-packed meals, or stop compulsively eating staples at your desk.
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    8 Crimson Dr.
    Windham, ME US

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