Settling In At The End Of The Middle Of No Where

Greetings Readers… I wanted to check in briefly and let you all know that I have not dropped off the face of the earth since embarking on my journey across country to move to Maine. I am settling in here in Eastport, Maine, my new home, which my daughter has dubbed the ‘end of the middle of no where.’

The air is clean and fresh here (and cold), the scenery is just spectacular and the people are friendly and welcoming. The entire trip across country was quite an adventure, which I will write more about once I am settled in and election day is over.

Many thanks to Stuart, Hart, Michael and all the writers here for keeping The Dem Daily buzzing in my stead. I promise I’ll be back online more regularly soon, once I am unpacked and back on track.

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About Pamela Leavey

Pamela Leavey is the Editor in Chief, Owner/Publisher of The Democratic Daily as well as a freelance writer and photographer. Pamela holds a certificate in Contemporary Communications from UMass Lowell, a Journalism Certificate from UMass Amherst and a B.A. in Creative Writing and Digital Age Communications from UMass Amherst UWW.
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10 Responses to Settling In At The End Of The Middle Of No Where

  1. Stuart O'Neill says:

    Great to see you back, Pam. Julie just might be right after looking at the map. Talk to you when you have time. No rush. I’m staying where it’s 75-85 degrees everyday. :))

  2. ira says:

    Hello Pamela,
    I wish you all the good luck for your new home. I can picture out he beauty of Maine after reading your blog.


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  4. It’s really amazingly beautiful here… cold weather and all. I’m running about replacing things I left behind and still unpacking. It’s good to not be spending too much time online right now and just simply get my bearings.

  5. YvonneCa says:

    Pamela…there MUST be a story here.  🙂  I hadn’t been here in a while, so I didn’t know about your move.  Good Luck to you and Juliet in your new home. I’m told Maine is absolutely gorgeous.Stay in touch…YvonneCa

  6. YvonneCa

    I have family here in Maine and have been wanting to get back on the East Coast for a very long time. The time was right! I’ll try to call you soon and tell you all about it! It is gorgeous here and I’m really happy to be here!

  7. Don says:

    Welcome to Eastport( your favorite downeast photographer )

  8. YvonneCa says:

    It’s nice that you’re with family. Maine seems so far away…but family makes the difference.  🙂  Please do call, anytime.  And if you and Juliet are ever coming back this way to visit…I have lots of room.  :)YvonneCa

  9. Don

    Thanks for the welcome! I look forward to meeting you one day soon. I have to say your photos helped convince me to move here. You really capture the essence of the area with your lens.

  10. YvonneCA

    Maine is far away but it is so beautiful here and I love being on the East Coast again. We’re settling in, making new friends and it is awesome to have family right across the street. I hope all is well with you. I will give you a call later today or tomorrow.