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Blue Hill,Maine

Overlook from the summit on the south side.The Blue Hill bay and village.Blue Hill Mountain is a 934-foot monadnock (isolated mountain) which has long been a local landmark.

Blue Hill,Maine
FORDF250HDXLT, Dec 28, 2016
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      Awanadjo, an Abenaki word for “small, misty mountain” was the name given to the mountain by Native Americans, the Abenaki Indians in Penobscot Bay.

      Blue Hill Mountain | Blue Hill Heritage Trust


      The Blue Hill Peninsula encompasses the towns of Blue Hill, Brooklin, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot and Sedgwick. Blue Hill is the largest town, and is the region’s service center. Along with Penobscot, Blue Hill is the gateway to the rest of the Peninsula, and to Deer Isle and Stonington. The landscape here is marked by sweeping views of the blueberry barrens and the sea. Tucked in among the ridges, valleys and the jagged coastline, you’ll find adventure of all kinds, from a day on the water and an evening of live music to a solitary morning walk and an afternoon of gallery tours and shopping.

      Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
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