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When Granny D Walked Across America

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NOTE: Doris “Granny D” Haddock died in Dublin, New Hampshire, March 9, 2010, at the age of 100.... Read More »

When You Go . . .

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Vermont Inn to Inn Walking Tour vermontinntoinnwalking.com Inn Victoria 321 Main St., Chester, VT 802-875-4288; innvictoria.com Moon Dog... Read More »

When You Go . . .

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Prospect Terrace Park 60 Congdon St. providenceri.com/parks-and-rec RISD Museum 224 Benefit St. 401-454-6500; risdmuseum.org RISD Works 20 North... Read More »

Where Kids Dream Of Flying | Satre Hill in Salisbury, CT

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Tucked into our town is a classic ski jump, a link back to when children grew up impatient... Read More »

Where To Get Cider Donuts in New England

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Atkins FarmsJct. Route116 & Bay Road, Amherst, MA. 800-594-9537, 413-253-9528; atkinsfarms.com B. F. Clyde’s Cider Mill129 North Stonington... Read More »

Where to Get Indian Pudding in New England

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Durgin-Park, Boston, MA; arkrestaurants.com/durgin_park.html Student Prince, Springfield, MA; studentprince.com Longfellow’s Wayside Inn, Sudbury, MA; wayside.org Concord’s Colonial Inn,... Read More »

Where to see hawks

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MASSACHUSETTS Mount Wachusett The summit offers a 360-degree vista and a view of the Boston skyline in addition... Read More »

White Mountain Guide, Rescuer, Photographer

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If you’re lost or injured in a winter storm in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, you want Joe Lentini... Read More »

Why Should We Believe in Santa? | The Big Question

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That Jonathan Meath came to play Santa Claus seems almost inevitable. Early in life his beard went white;... Read More »

Why the Pilgrims Still Matter

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A conversation with Mayflower author Nathaniel Philbrick about why the Pilgrims still matter in today’s world. Why We... Read More »

Why the Registered Maine Guide Still Matters

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VIDEO: Traditions of the Maine Guide Nearly four decades ago, I tried to become a Maine Guide. I... Read More »

Whydah Artifacts in Exhibit

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In the summer of 2007, Barry Clifford and his divers brought up 25,000 pounds of artifacts from the... Read More »

Wild Lakes in New England

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One afternoon last August, I set off up West Grand Lake in eastern Maine, my kayak loaded with... Read More »

Wild Turkeys in New Hampshire | Return of the Native

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By the late 1960s, there hadn’t been a wild turkey in New Hampshire for more than a century.... Read More »

Wild Turkeys: Ask the Naturalist

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Wild turkeys, true North American natives, have indeed made a dramatic comeback. The first European settlers found flocks... Read More »

Wine Selections

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Helen’s company imports these wines (and hundreds more), and she chose them for their charming flavors and versatility... Read More »

Winter Calorie Burning

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It’s Easy to Work Off What We Love to Eat Running 400 calories burned per hour Come in... Read More »

Winter Dress-Up Can Be Fun

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Winter Dress-Up Can Be Fun Cold mornings don’t have to stay that way–if you mix and match these... Read More »

Winter in the Village of Newfane, Vermont

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On a long, cold night in winter, the village of Newfane, Vermont, a small community in the southern... Read More »

Winter is the Best Time to Curl Up With a Good Book

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It’s the Best Time to Curl Up With a Good Book Tim Clark has been reviewing books for... Read More »

Winter Jokes

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We Can Still Laugh at the Season A young woman got lost driving in a New England snowstorm.... Read More »

Winter Olympics: New England Numbers

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Two tales of Olympic gold medalists: Mike Eruzione, 1980 U.S. Hockey Team captain New Hampshire’s Bode Miller 1... Read More »

Winter Storm Stories

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A big winter storm is a complex event that, though more or less vast in scale, is well... Read More »

Winter Traditions

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Traditions Wrap Us in Warmth In the winter of 1976, we lived in a cottage built for summer... Read More »

Winter Wave Parties

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Neighbors Become More Important New Hampshire winters tend to be long, a fact we all acknowledge and live... Read More »

Witch Hazel: Connecticut is the Source

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It’s only a slight stretch to say that the skin of America’s women depends on a handful of... Read More »

Wood and Canvas Canoes

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Twenty years ago I paddled down the St. John River in northern Maine on an eight-day wilderness canoe... Read More »



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