WHITING, (60 alt.; Whiting Town, 327 pop.), a village formerly called Orangetown, is in an area where extensive lumbering operations are still carried on; the town is recognized by the large piles of lumber near its center along the road. The route passes a lumber mill on the Orange River, which has been dammed at this point to provide water power. In this area are long stretches of forests, broken occasionally by small scrubby farms. In spite of the extensive lumbering operations that have been carried on in what is now the State of Maine, the forests have not been seriously depleted. The country is full of game. Many rabbits are caught here and shipped to other parts of Maine, as well as to other States, for stocking game preserves.