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First Light: The Art of the Sail

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As Robbie Doyle likes to say, he didn’t open a sail loft in Marblehead because the area needed... Read More »

First RV Vacation in Maine: ‘Take Wide Turns’

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I’m standing in the parking lot of a large RV dealership south of Boston, notebook in hand, scribbling... Read More »

Five Favorite New England Inns

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Finest Summer “Cottage” Inn at Shelburne Farms 1611 Harbor Road Shelburne, VT 802-985-8498 (inn) 802-985-8686 (farm) shelburnefarms.org As... Read More »

Flavoricious

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Different apples deliver different tastes. Take the Granite Beauty (above), a New Hampshire variety that serves up a... Read More »

Fly-Fishing on the Deerfield River

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This isn’t a story about catching fish. No big-one-that-got-away tales to bore you. Instead, this is a story... Read More »

Follow the Leader

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You won’t see a mama cow and her young like these on any Vermont hillside! Thanks to the... Read More »

Food Trails: New England’s Culinary Legacies

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All roads in New England lead to great eating, but our six states and the regions within them... Read More »

Frenchboro, Maine | Here in New England

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Look at the photo of the children in the one-room schoolhouse in the town of Frenchboro, Maine. Frenchboro... Read More »

Fun Facts About the Maine Coon Cat

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Contrary to popular myth, the Maine coon cat is not a cross between a cat and a raccoon... Read More »

Funspot Arcade in Laconia, NH

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When Gary Vincent ushers you up to the third floor of Funspot, the world’s largest arcade, in Weirs... Read More »

Garden Tools with Style

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How does your garden grow? With style, if you use streamlined, neutral-hued tools and accessories created by Fernanda... Read More »

Georgetown, ME: Reid State Park

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Reid State Park is a natural wonder unto itself, containing not only rocky tidepools, beaches, dunes, and salt... Read More »

Get On Board

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Here’s a clever and gentle way to introduce both girls and boys to hobby railroading: NameTrains. This wooden... Read More »

Ghosts and Haunted Places in New England

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Do you believe in ghosts? New England ghost hunters say two of the most active haunted places in... Read More »

Gift Wraps: Season’s Must-Haves

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It seems a little silly to cut down trees for the sake of manufacturing gift wrap that will... Read More »

Gifts from the Kitchen

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To give or receive something handmade–especially if it’s edible–feels more in the spirit of the season than any... Read More »

Gilford, NH: Ellacoya State Park

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With my wife, Sally, three sons and, lately, their wives and children, I’ve spent summer weekends on Lake... Read More »

Glass artists Jennifer and David Clancy

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Happy is the miller who lives near the mill. So reads the script swirling over the mantel in... Read More »

Glass to Last

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You can view the glasswork of David and Jennifer Clancy at clancydesigns.com. Their studio is located at 382... Read More »

Glasses for Giftgiving

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1.Offer your favorite vintage dressed in this mod wine bag ($22), made of recycled fabric, from Aster +... Read More »

Gloucester Family’s Annual Winemaking Tradition

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My great-grandpa Guiseppe Frontierro made wine back in Sicily, and the tradition traveled with him to the wharves... Read More »

Goodbye to Winter

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The air is suddenly moist and soft, and the new smell of dirt is intoxicating. The color and... Read More »

Gould Hill Farm

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Possibly the most beautiful orchard view in New England, with vistas as far as the White Mountains. When... Read More »

Grafton Village Cheese

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Since the 1890s, the cheesemakers of Grafton, sponsored by the Windham Foundation (a nonprofit dedicated to promoting rural... Read More »

Grand and Spednic Lakes

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You could visit a different lake or pond in Maine every day for nearly a decade. The state’s... Read More »

Grand Lake Stream, ME: Paddling

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Once a summer or so, I paddle my canoe to Leen’s Lodge for dinner. It’s about a half-mile... Read More »

Great New England Events

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You Don’t Want to Miss These Events Boston Wine Festival, Boston, MA January 6-March 30 Your woodstove isn’t... Read More »



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