Yankee's November/December Issue Features Holiday Ideas and Tips
“First Light,” by Jim Collins (page 22): Orange, New Hampshire’s annual town Christmas party brings this small community closer.
“The Best 5: Eco Shops,” by Christie Matheson (page 34): Yankee names the top five eco-friendly shops offering great “green” goods, from organic mattresses to bike accessories.
“Mary’s Farm,” by Edie Clark (page 14): Edie reminisces about the December 2008 storm that left the area covered in ice and without power for 12 days.
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