|Forest Ranger Hammond checks for tipping|
Photo: Tristan Spinski for the New York Times
In Washington County (the real Downeast Maine) people mostly earn their income from seasonal jobs, the work in lobster factories, working the blueberry harvest, and tipping. Tippers who are hard workers can earn up to $500.00 a day for a ton of brush. You see their product when you watch the news and see wreaths on the graves at Arlington National Cemetery.
Read more: http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/tree-tipping-generates-cash-and-seasonal-woes-in-maine/ar-BBha0FZ