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Diary of a Ski Patrolman: Week 2

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Monday There should really be more than three “types” of skiers. When you go into a mountain rental... Read More »

Diary of a Ski Patrolman: Week 3

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Monday Skiers and boarders know: our sport is exhilarating, beautiful, filled with memories, but also with an inherent... Read More »

Diary of a Ski Patrolman: Week 4

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Monday Waking up to a six foot snow drift behind your car that needs to be shoveled is... Read More »

Diary of a Ski Patrolman: Week 6

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MondaySkiing a patient down in a toboggan is no easy task. It often times involves some pleasant, fiery... Read More »

Diary of a Ski Patrolman: Week 7

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Monday As of last Friday I’ve acquired yet another honorable nickname. At least, I think it’s honorable. It’s... Read More »

Diary of A Ski Patrolman: Week 8

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Monday My car choked starting this morning. It sounded like a struggling antelope in the death grip of... Read More »

Diary of a Ski Patrolman: Week 9

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Monday It’s a good thing that I was dispatching today. You see, I had the bright idea to... Read More »

Dinner at the Farm

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Last night we had our usual Wednesday-night dinner at the farm. This is the best time of year,... Read More »

Dinner with Guy and Mary Ann Esposito

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I spent last Friday with Mary Ann and Guy Esposito. They are just loverly people. You probably know... Read More »

Endless River Flow

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Overflowing river banks, Rolling down with ease, Never work to roll down stream, Are carried all the way.... Read More »

Father’s Day at the Office

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A few days ago, a young woman and a young man, one a college senior, the other a... Read More »

Fiddleheads, Ramps, and Pesto

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Those wonderful harbingers of spring are popping up in gardens and markets, and I’m doing my best to... Read More »

Finding Spring

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The varieties of flowering trees and bushes found in cities, public gardens, and cemeteries are chosen to provide... Read More »

Food and Lyrics

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We all screw up song lyrics — some of us more than others. That, and a terrible singing... Read More »

Fresh Basil Dip | An Easy Recipe for Friends

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I have written about my friend Maria Elena before—in a previous blog she graciously shared her recipe for... Read More »

From Butter to Wine

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My friend Rebecca left a voice mail this week asking how long eggs and butter can stay out... Read More »

From Cape Cod to Colby

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For 18 years, Bevin Engman, an artist on the faculty of Colby College in Waterville, Maine, primarily painted... Read More »

Grilling on the TODAY show

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It’s a good thing I like to travel; I live part-time in Boston and part-time in New Hampshire.... Read More »

Hair Lessons

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When I was in college, musician Billy Ray Cyrus was popular as a one-hit wonder for his horrid... Read More »

Holiday Travels

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Let me begin with a wish for all of our readers out there: I really hope this new... Read More »

Homemade Foods of Family and Friends

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I’ve been in the food business for a long time. I started what’s now my career — I... Read More »

Hot Coffee

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The Boston Globe reported on Wednesday that “a topless coffee shop that raised the ire of many residents... Read More »

Hot Dogs: New England’s Best

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I’ve been eating a lot of hot dogs lately. And when I talk about eating hot dogs, people... Read More »

How to enter (and hopefully WIN) a Photo Contest

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The folks at Yankee have asked me to blog about photo contests. They asked me to do this... Read More »

How to Photograph Architecture | Steeples, Sugar Shacks, and Skyscrapers

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I love winter. I follow the storms, arriving in recently-snowed-upon towns before they’re properly plowed, shooting winter villages... Read More »

How to Resize Digital Photos

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You took that shiny new camera out of the box and started using it. Maybe you went through... Read More »

How to Use a Digital Camera

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Our friends at Yankee have asked me to write a blog entry about how to use a digital... Read More »



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