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We have listed some of the things you can do on an outdoor vacation adventure in Maine when you travel to Dexter and stay at The Brewster Inn.

Goat School

Stony Knolls Farm is a peaceful, twenty-eight acre, partially wooded, dairy goat farm located near the banks of the Sebasticook River and in the shadow of Saint Albans Mountain in beautiful Saint Albans, Maine.

Ken and Janice Spaulding, keepers of Stony Knolls Farm, are the creators and hosts of the nationally recognized event referred to as �Goat School��. This is an intensive two-day program offering helpful knowledge on raising goats of all breeds! Twenty-two years of practical experience provides much useful information, along with actual demonstrations and hands-on participation by the students.

Goat School� is in session twice a year. Join us to learn easy ways to make fresh, tasty, goat cheeses for your family. Chevre, Feta, and Mozzarella are made in each class.
Goat School Spring 2011!

For more information, visit our Web site at or call 207-938-3714

Northeast Guide Service

Northeast Guide Service is a collection of Registered Maine Guides and ACA Certified Instructors who would love to show you what a Maine vacation has to offer!

Northeast Guide Service is located in the heart of the Moosehead Lake Region in Greenville, Maine. We are close to Baxter State Park, Mt. Katahdin, Acadia National Park, and Bar Harbor, Maine.

We offer personalized whitewater rafting, kayaking trips & instruction, moose-watching tours, fly fishing, overnight trips, registered Maine guide and swiftwater rescue courses to fulfill all of your outdoor pursuits.

Being able to combine our passion for the outdoors and sharing it with others has always been our goal. We love what we do and it shows. Come and experience one of our trips or clinics for yourself. You won't want your Maine vacation to ever end!

For more information visit the Web site:

Song in the Woods - A unique dog sled adventure in Maine.

Hello, I am Stephen Madera. My furry friends and I are working together as Song in the Woods to bring you dogsled adventures this winter. For me, this is a dream come true. In 1987, I began working in the wilderness education field. Much of my time has been with Outward Bound Schools in Maine, Canada, Minnesota, and Texas. I am a certified Wilderness First Responder and a Registered Maine Guide. My purpose is to provide you with a fun experience that is safe, courteous, and affordable.

I offer unique winter adventures based around day trips and multi-day trips. Though I do offer camping, most of my multi-day trips are designed to prolong the back country feel and allow you to still have most of the comforts of home. On these trips, we will be staying at local sporting camps that are staffed with hospitable owners who enjoy making your trip a memorable vacation. You will be visiting the area of Gulf Hagas and the Roach Ponds just east of Moosehead Lake.

My half-day, day, and multi-day back country trips will feature MUSH YOUR OWN TEAM as an exciting option. There is nothing like working with a team, the feel of the sled, and getting in tune with the dogs. One of the main reasons people return to sled with Song in the Woods is the friendliness of the dogs.

For more information visit the Web site:

Moose Country Safaris and Eco Tours

My name is Ed Mathieu. Moose Country Safaris and Eco Tours has been in existence for almost 20 years. We have been highlighted on national TV in "Postcards from Maine" on the CBS Sunday Morning show, various Boston TV stations, The Learning Channel, and local Maine radio stations.

We offer many journeys and adventures that will fulfill and enlighten you! In spring, summer, and fall we conduct moose and wildlife safaris by canoe or Jeep Wrangler. Enjoy photographing moose and wildlife while you learn about biology and behavior of these creatures. Even learn how the Native Americans utilized everything. We will be among beautiful mountains and remote ponds.

We also conduct all-day waterfall tours with lunch, dinner, and drinks, or a combo moose safari and waterfall tour. In the winter, we conduct snowshoe adventures to lighted igloo-like shelters or portable shelters with heaters. In February, celebrate Valentine's month as you are served steak, rice, wine, cheese, and crackers by candlelight. In March, we cook Irish stew with Shamrock cookies for St. Patrick's month.
We also offer an all-day trip with a combo snowshoe, snowtube excursion with a trip to Steven King's house for a photo opportunity. With Moose Country Safaris, it's fun and adventure all the time!

For more information, please visit the web site or call 207 876 4907