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Borestone Mountain, Maine - "Islands in the Sky" Wellness Adventure

We are just back from our latest Adventure to Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary near the 100 Mile Wilderness in Maine. Janita and I have had a great time with friends, crafting a future getaway for YOU! We selected some folks we really trust to accompany us to this remote and beautiful location in order to determine if this spot could work for bringing a group, and the answer is unanimously YES!

Here is a little history about the site:

In the early 1900s Robert T. Moore managed a fox ranch on what is now Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary.  In 1909 Moore built the Adirondack-style lodges on Sunset Pond.  Moore bequeathed Borestone to the National Audubon Society in 1958, and gifts by his son and daughter and other donors enlarged the sanctuary to its present 1,639 acres. In 2000, the National Audubon Society transferred Borestone Sanctuary to Maine Audubon. Lucky for us, we can rent the lodges at the Sanctuary to hold private retreats!

We are looking into late Summer or early Au…

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