Bill Hoadley, of Matinicus, Maine, sits for a portrait during a medical house call on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. Matinicus is Maine's most remote, populated island roughly 20 miles off the coast, and Hoadley, at 80-years-old, is the island's oldest, year-round resident. During the mid 1800s, more than 300 people lived on Matinicus. Now the island has 15 year-round residents. Hoadley moved to Matincus 30 years ago because he likes the quiet. He runs a bed and breakfast on the island and, during the summer months, enjoys a daily swim in the Atlantic.