Maine, the self-described “Vacationland,” has innumerable scenic “roads.” But, tourists are not aware of most of them.

 Image info: Nikon D-180; Nikkor 200-400mm, f/4 zoom lens; f/11; 1/30 sec.; ISO 200.

Image info: Nikon D-180; Nikkor 200-400mm, f/4 zoom lens; f/11; 1/30 sec.; ISO 200.

Some are just rutted entrances into and through the woods. Some, such as this one in Brooklin, are private “lanes” that wind within woods and have offshoots in the form of long, often-scenic driveways for mostly-hidden houses. More rustic ones go to very basic get-away structures called “camps” here. Still others are used for off-roading experiences in ATVs (All Terrain Vehicles), motorcycles, and snow mobiles. (Brooklin, Maine)

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