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Merrymeeting Cabin, Maine
In 2000 Terrill brought her sweetie from California to camp out on a remote island in Maine. He fell in love (with both of them) and in 2005 they sailed back to the island and were married on 2 Read more...
In 2000 Terrill brought her sweetie from California to camp out on a remote island in Maine. He fell in love (with both of them) and in 2005 they sailed back to the island and were married on 2 windjammers off that same island. Maine left an impression and In 2006 (after a great deal of ardent searching) Charlie found the salt box barn that they now call home and studio in Dresden, Maine. An enormous salt box, post and beam barn that houses their hand blown glass studio. Like most places in Maine the structure came with quite a bit of land: an 1850's farmhouse and a sweet little pond side cabin. In the 10 years since their move Charlie and Terrill have established themselves in Maine's rich craft tradition, hosted family and friends and spent a good deal of time designing and retrofitting the buildings; including the pond-side cabin shared here. It has been one of the most satisfying building to renovate. At 400 square feet it is the model of sustainability and comfort with views of nature from every window. Being hosts has increased both Terrill and Charlie's enjoyment of Maine and the cabin because they feel it is their duty to get out of the studio and research local food, arts and trails. Both are happy to get out and enjoy local treats but generally love to be in the studio or the garden cultivating projects. They named their enterprise "Tandem" because it denotes shared effort towards realizing ideals and goals.