Don't mind if I do. I'm guessing you're thinking of Poland Springs Golf (club?) I know that's an oldie. You nailed it with the bolded comment. I always chuckle when Maine is bandied about as some liberal enclave. The state does go blue for presidential elections (social issues), but is otherwise quite split politically with few on either extreme - particularly when one leaves the only real population density (Greater Portland) - then it's down right wilderness. Quick anecdote: Our first winter in our house I shoveled our driveway - which was quite a task. Our neighbor would come over with his snowblower for every storm and clear out the heavy slush at the road that the plow truck would pile up. He did this without ever looking my way - not wanting a "thanks" or even so much as a head nod of appreciation from me. It's simply how things are done and what is expected. As for our coast, measurements vary depending upon how granular one wants to be with measurements, but a largely accepted number is around 3,500 miles. A sailing mecca! More silly trivia: Maine's the only state that borders one other state. It's the only monosyllabic state.