I'm in Maine visiting family for Thanksgiving, and as usual I checked in on a few nearby spots, one new and two which I wanted to see a different side of.
First off was a tip courtesy of Desertify Urbex, a large, badly decayed, mostly empty, but unvandalized old house long bypassed by the highway along the Kennebec River. The entire time we were here, we didn't see a single car pass.
Next I had a look around a local curiosity for the umpteenth time since I joined this site when I was seventeen. The main building was closed up as tight as ever, but the surrounding debris yielded some very interesting finds that I'd always missed on previous visits.
And lastly, today I checked up on this old cottage just a short walk down the road from the house I grew up in, containing the best artifact I've ever found exploring to date. I was pleased to see that absolutely nothing has been disturbed from the last time I visited a year and a half ago, not even my footprints in the dust.
Exploring in Maine can be difficult, since good locations are generally much more spread out than more populated areas on new England and the Mid-Atlantic, but the tradeoff is that the sites you do find are much less traveled, better preserved, and retain more of a unique character. Thanks for looking, and happy Thanksgiving!