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Weekend: Greenville, Maine

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There’s not much to Greenville, Maine, and that’s the beauty of it. The outpost town (population 1,600) sits... Read More »

Weekend: Old Wethersfield, CT

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Just seconds from the roar of I-91 lies the tranquil center of Old Wethersfield, Connecticut’s first permanent settlement... Read More »

Weekend: Providence, RI

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After your outstanding dinner, spend those calories on great Providence walks and places to visit along the way.... Read More »

Weekend: Quebec City

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SLIDE SHOW: Quebec City Crossing international borders still gives me a tiny mysterious knot in the pit of... Read More »

Weekend: Sandwich, Massachusetts

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I’m not a good one to tell you what to do in Sandwich, Massachusetts, especially if you have... Read More »

Weekend: Stowe Spas

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Stowe, Vermont, is known for action: skiing in winter and biking, hiking, fishing, and horseback riding in summer... Read More »

Weekend: Woodstock, Vermont

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Among the villages in New England that beg you to park your car once and return to it... Read More »

West Hartford, CT: Ice Climbing

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Crampons. Check. Helmet. Ice picks. Backpack. Climbing harness. Check. All geared up, Matt Shove–my ice-climbing guide from Eastern... Read More »

Westbrook

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WESTBROOK WHERE TO STAY Captain Stannard House A block from West Beach, with cozy rooms in a former... Read More »

What is There to See In New England?

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From Vermont’s Green Mountains to Rhode Island’s vast coast line, there’s a reason to visit every New England... Read More »

What the Yankee Locals Know

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Most of these travel tips for the Monadnock region have been written by Yankee Publishing employees, who live... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Bob Harkins, a partner with Maine Distilleries, maker of Cold River Vodka, loves to send friends to Buck’s... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Searching through her grandfather’s attic, local graphic designer Seania McCarthy discovered a clipping about a deserted village in... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Kathy English, who works at Kennedy Brothers, remembers when Hollywood descended on Vergennes and its environs to make... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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For spectacular 360-degree views of the Connecticut River Valley and beyond, head a half mile north of the... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Bookseller Mary Hill likes to scout out the town’s quirky markers and gravestones. “Up on Newfane Hill, west... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Leave behind the downtown hubbub of the wharves and head north of the Goat Island causeway to discover... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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River Road is a don’t-miss. It parallels the Ottauquechee River from Woodstock to Quechee — perfect for a... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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Peak color? If it’s the tallest point in Rhode Island you’re asking about, then the answer is Jerimoth... 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 the Locals Know

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Jamestown residents, from the town doctor and the judge to fishermen and society folk, head to “the Ganny”... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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According to Vermont photographer Skye Chalmers, windsurfers and kitesurfers flock to Sandbar State Park, Milton, exit 17 off... Read More »

What the Locals Know

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For a great Portsmouth-area breakfast, skip the diner and grab a bite at Seacoast Farmers’ Market. Held each... Read More »

What the Locals Know about Pittsfield

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Come Back Next Spring Somehow Pittsfield State Forest on the west side of town has never made a... Read More »

What the Locals Know | Where to Spot Moose

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The best viewing months are usually May, June, September, October, and December. Although group tours by car or... Read More »

What to Do

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League of NH Craftsmen 32 Main St., Center Sandwich 603-284-6831; nhcrafts.org Flagship location of this Granite State organization;... Read More »

What to Do in Jamestown

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Beavertail State Park & Lighthouse Museum Park open year-round sunrise-sunset; free. Call for museum hours. Beavertail Road. 401-423-9941;... Read More »



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