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Top Five Favorite Places to Photograph in New England

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New England is a beautiful and interesting region for photographers. The six states provide cultural and scenic variety... Read More »

Tough Mudder New England

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As I trekked around the sprawling snow free, mud streaked landscape of Vermont’s Mount Snow last Sunday, I... Read More »

Tour Boston on a Bike with Urban AdvenTours

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Back in 2004, Andrew Prescott decided to stop working as an accountant. He founded Urban AdvenTours, a Boston... Read More »

TOYS: The Inside Story

Peek Inside Some Well-known Toys This holiday Season. Ever wonder just how that Hokey Pokey Elmo actually wiggles... Read More »

Tracks and Traces

Practice and hone your winter tracking skills. Brush up on interpreting animal signs and reading their story from... Read More »

Trash the Trash

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My fiancée Samantha Smith and I recently became one of three finalist couples for Clay Hill Farm’s Green... Read More »

Travel by Train in Vermont

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I love a good deal. I love Vermont. And I love traveling by train. And now, thanks to... Read More »

Travis Tritt

No sky is bluer, no air crisper, no leaf greener than after a storm, and Travis Tritt has... Read More »

Travis Tritt

As one of the leading lights of country music throughout the 90’s, Travis Tritt stood out among the... Read More »

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 »

Two of Maine’s Most Popular Painters

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At first glance, Jill Hoy and Eric Hopkins: Elemental Rhythms seems an odd pairing, not because the artists... Read More »

Ubart at USM

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To honor and celebrate the forty-year creative career of artist, educator, and collector Juris Ubans, who is retiring... Read More »

UnDecked Halls at Doris Duke’s Rough Point

What went on while the owner was gone? UnDecked Halls offers an authentic look at winter holiday and... Read More »

Under Astral Skies Preview and New Year’s Eve Party

Celebrate Under Astral Skies New Year’s Eve Preview Party at 555 Gallery December 31 9PM-12AM Tickets for this... 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 »

US Paralympic Team

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Last week, my good friend’s Facebook status said she spent three days in the athletes’ dorms at the... Read More »

Vacation

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Even an outdoor adventure blogger needs to go on vacation every now and then. I am planning on... Read More »

Valentine’s Day

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Some say Valentine’s Day is a phony-baloney holiday, created by restaurants and greeting-card companies. As a “singleton” and... Read More »

Vermont Quilt Festival

Quilt shows are all about quilts and the Festival offers hundreds of eye-popping quilts, both antique and new.... Read More »

Video Skiing and Riding Tips from Waterville Valley

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Go to Waterville Valley’s website, and go fast, especially if you are planning on skiing or riding this... Read More »

Vincent Hartgen’s Maine Legacy

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Vincent Andrew Hartgen: His Art and Legacy (Wildflower Lane Publishing, Twin Falls, Idaho, 2008. $55 softcover) is an... Read More »

Vintage Ski Posters on Light Switch Plates

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At some point, if you are skier/rider, you are going to need to give someone a ski house... Read More »

Voice: If Music Be the Food of Love

For their second North American tour, the wonderful British ensemble Voice presents a program of songs exploring the... Read More »

Waiting in the Singles Line

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My parents met in a lift line at Stowe Mountain. I know they are not the only people... Read More »

Weekend Warrior

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I spent twelve years living within 40 minutes to my favorite places to ski, and could sneak out... Read More »

Welcome to the New Mill-ennial

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Back in 1990, I selected an image of “Rising Cairn” by sculptor Celeste Roberge for the cover of... Read More »



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