After two decades of research with an ever-growing quiver of tools, you wouldn’t think it could be true, but there are still mysteries to solve in Emilie Loring’s life from the clues she left behind. Here is one. This photo is in the Loring family’s collection. Whose room is this? By the furnishings mixed in … More Still a Mystery: Can We Crowd Source a Solution?
My goal is to get “Happy Landings” into the hands of everyone who would like to read it. One by one, we’ll find the Emilie Loring readers who have no idea how many of us there are! … More Kudos and Muffins for You
Emilie Loring won blue ribbons at the Blue Hill Fair for three years running. They grew on either side of her Stone House front door. … More Blue-Ribbon Nasturtiums at the Blue Hill Fair
I wake up when morning’s first rays strike the foot of my bed. I raise my head and can already see blue sky, trees, and water. I rush to don shorts and sneakers and head for the beach. This is not as direct as you might imagine. A woodsy path carpeted with wintergreen leads to … More Open to Discovery in Blue Hill, Maine
Our 2021 Emilie Loring Tea comes to a close, but don’t let that stop you! Every day is an opportunity to enjoy a cup and another Emilie Loring. … More Welcome to our 2021 Emilie Loring Tea
Our Emilie Loring inspired tea is today, 4:00 p.m., your local time. Treat yourself to one of these recipes with your favorite tea. … More It’s Emilie Loring Tea Day–Join Us!
Edition 3 Emilie Loring Tea Week concludes today with submissions from “Peggy in Illinois” and from Laurie. Peggy’s Nice Tea Peggy’s tea was certainly “nice,” and it also alluded to Nice, France: rich blue, golden sunflowers, a hint of abandon, and simple style. Peggy’s placemats are souvenirs of her honeymoon in Nice. With those sorts … More Our Afternoon Tea, An Oasis