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Maine in early March

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I will be in the Augusta Maine area for about a week in early March. Do I need to be concerned about stores and restaurants being closed for the season if I drive to places like Camden or Rockland? I know that they rely on tourism, and winter would no doubt be pretty slow. I recall a very unique shop that sold locally made goods, I think in Camden. I don't recall the name. I hope I will find it open, in any case. How much of a problem do fodorites think I will find, as far as places being closed for the season? Thanks for your help!

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