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Island life, endangered

Lobstering limits, high costs plague Monhegan

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By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / May 18, 2009

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MONHEGAN ISLAND, Maine - A few of the signs tacked inside The Monhegan Store, where the no-frills shelves are beginning to fill up for tourist season, tell early risers how to use the waffle maker, how to brew a batch of coffee, and where to scribble one's purchases in the absence of the proprietor. (Full article: 1031 words)

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