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The Iceland Diaries, Part Seven

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Iceland, when I was there, had no trees. None. A naked land. I was told that the reason... Read More »

The Iceland Diaries, Part Six

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Learning Icelandic was not anything like my French or Latin classes at school. There was no text, no... Read More »

The Iceland Diaries, Part Three

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Returning after so long, I found that life on the farm had changed dramatically and yet it is... 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 Killing of Karen Wood | Yankee Classic

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Excerpt from “The Killing of Karen Wood,” Yankee Magazine November 1989 On the morning of November 15, 1988,... 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 Magic of the Magic People

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I am working on a new book, which will hopefully be published this spring. In Love with New... Read More »

The Metropolitan Opera in the Pines

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I went to the opera on Saturday afternoon. The Met. Verdi’s Aida. Around noon, I put on a... Read More »

The Most Important Building in Town | Mary’s Farm

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I have a longtime love of libraries, reaching back to when my mother would leave me off at... Read More »

The Mystery of Marriage

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This summer, I was set to attend five weddings and the last of them was last weekend. Lori... Read More »

The Rise and Fall of October

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All this talk about the stock market and its fickle fortunes reminded me of this column I wrote... Read More »

The Shad Shack Lives!

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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the woman who wrote to me to tell me of... Read More »

The Sweet Smell of March

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I went off on a bit of a chase for spring on Friday, without really knowing that was... Read More »

The Treasures of ‘Jilly’s Jubilee’

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“When we first moved here, I was designing greeting cards and prints, but what I always wanted was... Read More »

To Blog or Not to Blog

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I have been blogging now for almost two and a half years. As a writer, I wasn’t sure... Read More »

To the Lake at Last

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This has been a strange summer, cold and rainy. I have a particular fleece jacket that I wear... Read More »

Tom Curren’s Beanhole Beans

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Turning 100 in Style

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Last Sunday was to be my uncle’s 100th birthday. Our family tends to be long-lived, many living into... Read More »

Two Dogs, One Heart

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Mayday came home a week ago. Her fever was gone and she was basically ready to return to... Read More »

United States/Canada Border

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No roads follow the neat borderline between New England and Canada that you see on the map. Instead,... Read More »

Update on the Kindle

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A while ago in this blog, I wrote about the new kind of “book,” the Kindle, the e... Read More »

Visit to the Family Homestead | Mary’s Farm

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When I first came here to Mary’s farm, I named the place “Stillpoint” because it was so quiet... Read More »

Waking the Dead | Mary’s Farm

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When I was growing up, a funeral was considered a somber event, one too gruesome to allow children... Read More »

Weekend: Arlington, Vermont

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Read more about Norman Rockwell See video of Norman Rockwell’s Studio Look out the front windows of the... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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New Haven friends tell us that the best Japanese restaurant in the U.S. is in their backyard. At... Read More »

What There Was Not to Tell

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About ten years ago, I began the process of writing “What There Was Not to Tell,” a book... Read More »

What We Have Lost

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It seems as if we are constantly being reminded of how dangerous this world is, what with bomb... Read More »



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