Kaitlyn Furge

Kaitlyn Furge

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Tuesday, 10 February 2015 19:10

Skewed View - (02/11/15)

This view can be seen in Downtown Bangor and stands to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. (Photo by Katy England).

Last week's view can be seen in its entirety at the Pierce Memorial in front of the Bangor Public Library on Harlow Street. It depicts loggers running the river, and is pretty hardcore in its own right. Check it out some time. (Photo by Katy England).

Wednesday, 28 January 2015 20:49

Skewed View - (01/28/15)

No water in sight except for maybe some snow you can still get the sense of rolling down a river in this historic spot. Bonus points if you know the full name of the man who donated this iconic work of bronze to the City of Bangor. (Photo by Katy England).

Last week's Skewed View was from the metal sculpture that adorns the lawn in front of the United Technology Center (UTC) on the Hogan Road in Bangor. Many people may drive by and never realize the amount of cool technology and innovative classes in that school well worth a tour. (Photo by Katy England).

Tuesday, 20 January 2015 21:53

Skewed View - (01/21/15)

This dynamic view can be seen from the road in Bangor. But which road? When you find out, you'll feel smarter. If you already know, it's probably because you're already smarter. (Photo by Katy England)

Last week's view was the wheel of the Margaret Todd which visitors can catch a cruise on in the summer months out of Bar Harbor. With her tall red sails and stunning harbor views, it's worth the trip when the temperatures rise. (Photo by Katy England).

Tuesday, 13 January 2015 19:38

Skewed View - (01/14/15)

If you travel the high seas with sails unfurled out of the great town of Bar Harbor. Can you name this tall ship with red sails? (Photo by Katy England)

Last week's view came from the old Penobscot County Court House where there is a mural with a lot of history of Penobscot County on display. Check it and the impressive marble staircase out on 97 Hammond Street. (Photo by Katy England)

Tuesday, 06 January 2015 21:47

Skewed View - (01/07/15)

There is history in these halls and some is on the walls. Where can you see these grand staircases and mural showcases? (Photo by Katy England)

Last week's view was a view from the Maine Coast from Robertson's Sea Cruise. It's a great way to see the rugged Maine coast that you'll never get from a car. (Photo by Katy England)

Tuesday, 30 December 2014 23:46

Skewed View - (12/31/14)

This week's view is a peek at ocean wildlife from a different angle in and of itself. Great way to see the state, but it's not from the road. This view can be spotted if you start in Milbridge and then take an unconventional turn.

Last week's view was of the monument of the esteemed Hannibal Hamlin in one of the parks between the canals of the Queen City.

Tuesday, 16 December 2014 23:27

Skewed View (12/17/14)

This week's view is a monument to finding freedom through courage. This perspective is located in the Twin City near another statuesque icon you may have seen in these pages some weeks ago. (Photo by Kaitlyn Furge)

Last week's view was a mesh moose on the room of Geddy's in Bar Harbor, back in the long-long ago when snow was a distant memory and green was the color of the day. (Photo by Kaitlyn Furge)

Tuesday, 09 December 2014 23:01

Skewed View (12/10/14)

Moose are a common view in Maine, but this one can only be seen in Bar Harbor. You won't have to worry about this one being in the road, but you may have seen it elsewhere. Can you say where? (Photo by Kaitlyn Furge)

Last week's view was from a warmer memory of Bangor. The beautiful cascading waters from Cascade Park are shut off for the winter, but we can still remember them. (Photo by Kaitlyn Furge)

Tuesday, 02 December 2014 20:56

Skewed View (12/03/14)

This is a view you won't see for a while. Many people enjoy this view for a picnic, or even a wedding. The view also comes with a view of the Penobscot. (Photo by Kaitlyn Furge)

Last week's view was the grand Penobscot Theatre in downtown Bangor, featuring the beautiful marquee. You can currently catch 'The Wizard of Oz' on the stage. (Photo by Kaitlyn Furge)

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 22:37

Skewed View (11/26/14)

This week's view is where dreams can drift before your eyes. There's a chance to see ghosts or wizards, experience magic, joy, or tears all in Downtown Bangor. (Photo by Kaitlyn Furge)

Last week's view was a tribute to one of the great heroes of the Civil War who hailed from none other than Brewer, Maine. Joshua Chamberlain is credited with being the reason why the North won at Gettysburg. This is a great man with a great mustache. (Photo by Kaitlyn Furge).

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