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The Hardest Working Couple in Vermont | The Throwbacks

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Maybe. But I’m pretty sure not. Read More »

The Hardest-Working Dog in New England

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Campion crates Flossie and comes back with Tam, a 5-year-old collie who was born in Sweden and had... Read More »

The House That Benjamin Mason Built | Mary’s Farm

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Next summer, my house will turn 250 years old. I’m at a loss as to how to celebrate... Read More »

The Hunt for the Perfect Foliage Shot

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New England presents myriad photo opportunities in autumn for those people patient enough to seek them out. So... Read More »

The Ice Storm | Mary’s Farm

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It was just days before Christmas, and they, along with hundreds of other linemen from all over, had... Read More »

The Impossible Nightmare

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You know the rest. A few pitches later, Mookie Wilson’s grounder went through Bill Buckner’s legs. Sara instantly... Read More »

The Incredible, Edible Garden

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The fact that Thomas Gardner is a foodie is written all over his landscape. Likewise, his fondness for... Read More »

The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 | The Invisible Enemy

The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 | The Invisible Enemy

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There is still no explanation for how or where this particular influenza virus originated. In the same week... Read More »

The Irony of a Tree | Mary’s Farm

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Around this time of year, I start thinking about pruning my fruit trees. A few years ago, I... Read More »

The Kaddish Project by Lawrence Siegel

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“Tikkun olam”: to heal the world. That’s the auspicious goal of the New Hampshire-based Kaddish Project, named for... Read More »

The Kancamagus Highway | History of New Hampshire’s Scenic Corridor

2 votes, 4.50 avg. rating (86% score)

Gordi’s Fish & Steak House, 603-745-6635. Rte. 112, Lincoln. ($$) House favorites are lobster, beef, and seafood. gordisfishandsteak.com... Read More »

The Leaf Seeker: Jeff Folger

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Jeff’s Photo Tips Read More »

The Legacy | Marys Farm

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My late husband, Paul, came from a big clan. His mother was somewhere in the middle of a... Read More »

The Lobster Shack at Two Lights

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Don’t miss this one for the atmosphere: open ocean, battered cliffs, foghorns, wind, and crashing waves. 225 Two... Read More »

The Long-Dead Native Language Wopânâak is Revived

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

The influx of English into Mae’s world proved less disastrous than Jessie and Jason had feared. One day... Read More »

The Man Who Saves Covered Bridges

5 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (96% score)

On a mid-September day, Arnold climbs into his ’55 Ford to make the short journey to the bridge.... Read More »

The Man Who Watches Bears | Here in New England

2 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (92% score)

Kilham has filled notebooks and hard drives with his research, shot some 70,000 images, and recorded hundreds of... Read More »

The Monadnock Roar

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

Then we laughed. A little at first, then uncontrollably. The rain began to stop, and we hugged each... Read More »

The Monk in the Apple Orchard

5 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (96% score)

Visiting Scott Farm The stand at Scott Farm is open seven days a week from mid-July until Thanksgiving.... Read More »

The Monster Seats

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62 The Monster Seats Architect Janet Marie Smith hit a grand slam with this idea. Sometime between now... Read More »

The Most Important Building in Town | Mary’s Farm

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My own town library is a little red-brick gem that was built as a Congregational vestry. A church... Read More »

The New Yankee Craftsmen

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Jeff Pentland, Potter “My pottery is very traditional,” says Jeff Pentland. “I don’t consider myself much of an... Read More »

The Night Before Christmas

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This Christmas Eve, as we do every year, my family will enjoy a meal and some early presents... Read More »

The Night Strangers | Book Review

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Why is it that so many writers of spooky stories–Edgar Allen Poe (Massachusetts), H. P. Lovecraft (Rhode Island),... Read More »

The Northern Pass Project | ‘My Roots Are Deeper than Your Pockets’

2 votes, 4.50 avg. rating (86% score)

A version of this article also appears in the Spring 2013 issue of Forest Notes, published by the... Read More »

The Old Ship Meeting House | Local Treasure

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On Sunday morning, the doors of the Old Ship Meeting House in Hingham, Massachusetts, swing open to embrace... Read More »

The Pitcairn-Putnam Pistols

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In 1879, the granddaughter-in-law of Revolutionary War hero Major General Israel Putnam (1718-1790) donated “these memorials of the... Read More »



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