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Old 08-23-2011, 07:00 AM
 
Location: Forests of Maine
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I agree, it is relative, so probably not a great question from me. Yep, we have spent plenty of time in and around the DC area (DC-Baltimore; Capital Beltway, etc), and you're right, Maine traffic is nothing by comparison! The traffic I saw in Maine wouldn't scare me off, I just wondered whether Mainers found it an inconvenience, minor nuisance, etc. Maine has so many wonderful things going for it, a little summer traffic wouldn't change my mind! Thank you very much for your input!
In most cases 'traffic' in Maine is very minor. Not an inconvenience at all.

Though I have noticed that sometimes I now may tend to feel it is a nuisance when there is another vehicle in my lane. But really two vehicles within sight of each other, should not honestly be thought of as 'traffic'.

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Old 08-24-2011, 03:53 AM
 
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Geddy's has two d's....must have been a typo.
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Old 08-24-2011, 09:15 AM
 
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Thank you all very much!
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Old 08-30-2011, 04:57 PM
 
Location: Cape Elizabeh, ME
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Since you'll be the one working I'd think You'll want to check out the hospitals. You'll be able to find a a place to live with in a short drive to any of the good hospitals in maine. Or did you want to walk to work? Maine medical and Mercy have good reputations are the biggest and in portland but and are an easy commute from Cape, scarborough, falmouth or gorham. I believe central maine med near brunswick has a good reputation. My sister works at eastern Maine medcal in Bangor and while they had a recent strike, the working conditions are good and pay (particularly for weekend shift Friday, Sat Sun 12 hour shift) is also good. There are nice nearby neighborhoods such as Orono, hamden, ellsworth and nearby lakes.
One thing you can consider is making your move in sept and you can rent a furnished summer place at a good price for the winter while you explore and find the area you like.
Good luck and enjoy your research. Also Not sure of your nursing specialty, but there are a surprising number of retirement and assisted living places up here.
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