Yankee Magazine's July/August Issue Names the "25 Best Beach Towns"
“The Man Who Watches Bears”— by Ian Aldrich (page 17): Ben Kilham of Lyme, New Hampshire, is a rebel bear biologist, though recently there has been more acceptance of his research.
“The Hardest Working Dog in New England”— by Jim Collins (page 21): Like the people who settled the regions, Border collies live to work, needing neither praise nor treats to inspire them.
“How to Escape a Rip Current”— by Ian Aldrich (page 29): A veteran lifeguard explains what to do to survive a rip current.
“Local Treasure”— by Justin Shatwell (page 31): The Penobscot Narrows Bridge in Prospect, Maine, offers a breathtaking view of the Penobscot River Valley.
“The Best 5: Classic Baseball Fields”— by Jim Collins (page 32): Collins, author of The Last Best League, names his favorite classic baseball fields.
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