Edgar Allen Beem and daughter Tess skim across Moosehead Lake en route to ice fishing.
New Englanders find plenty to do — snowkiting, dogsledding, skiing, and more — during long winter seasons. Here a few adventures for those who are hardy — that would be all New Englanders!
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Holly, I’ve enjoyed reading about your snowkiting adventure. I grew up on the Plattsburgh side of Lake Champlain and have fond memories of ice skating on the lake. I now live in Tyler, Tx (halfway between Dallas & Shreveport), but get home at least once a year.
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