As you travel North from Bangor, Maine the exits get fewer, the mountains get taller, and the speed limit signs on the interstate read 75 mph.
In the shadow of Mount Katahdin lies a small town known as Stacyville, Maine. Stacyville has a population shy of five hundred people. Among those few folks residues a family farm. Not just any old cow and corn farm. A unique farm much like the natural environment that engulfs the area. The farm is owned and run by the Theriault family, mostly just Alvin and his wife Connie nowadays.
As we pile in the family vehicle and head back to the coastal shore of lobster land I ponder all the facets to the Theriault Farm and Maine itself, with all the hidden gems waiting to be discovered.
You can visit their shop in person or online www.theriaultflies.com