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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 »

Foliage Drive: Isaac Frye Highway

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By Sara E. Pratt Lyndeborough Start with breakfast or lunch at the Melting Pot in the town of... Read More »

Freeport, Maine: Shopping and Exploring

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L.L. Bean: 4:48 a.m. It’s nearly 5 a.m. and you’re standing at the gateway to Maine’s North Woods.... Read More »

Fresh Tracks to Cozy Inns

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Fresh powder clings to the branches of the balsams. I ski beneath a low-hanging limb; it suddenly springs... Read More »

Getting to Know Provincetown

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There is no better way to know a famous tourist town than arriving off season, when the tourists¬†... Read More »

Greenville New Hampshire: Apple Orchard

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By Rachel Kipka Senior Production Artist, Yankee Publishing It’s way in the corner of the Monadnock region, but... Read More »

Greenville: A Wonderful Family Orchard

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By Lucille Rines Senior Production Artist, Yankee Publishing A nice destination we always go to in the fall... Read More »

Guilford

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WHERE TO EAT Cilantro Freshly roasted coffee, plus don’t miss the grilled tomato and mozzarella on eggplant slices.... Read More »

Harvest Time at the Community Gardens

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By Janice Stillman Editor, The Old Farmer’s Almanac I love autumn in the Monadnock region because it’s harvest... Read More »

Hatches Harbor

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

Take Route 6 all the way out through Provincetown, into Cape Cod National Seashore. Just past the parking... Read More »

Henniker: Let the Book Browsing Begin

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By Eileen Terrill Managing Editor, Yankee Magazine One of my favorite fall jaunts in the Monadnock region is... Read More »

Hike, Stay, Eat, Shop in the Last Green Valley

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TRAILS TO HIKE With more than 130 miles of trails, at least 25 recreation areas, and countless campgrounds,... Read More »

Hiking and Biking: 6 destinations

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Connecticut Ten Mile Hill, Kent. In the Litchfield Hills, the Appalachian Trail weaves through deep forests. Start at... Read More »

Historic Inn Resources

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Rates represent late fall/early winter, per night double occupancy, unless otherwide noted. Be sure to call ahead or... Read More »

Ice Cream: Best Pumpkin Treat of All

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By Debbie Despres Administrative Assistant to the President, Yankee Publishing The pumpkin ice cream appears on the menu... Read More »

Ice Fishing: Moosehead Lake, Maine

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A fierce southwest wind is blowing off the slopes of Big Moose Mountain, across the frozen white expanse... Read More »

Ice Time

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Want to test your skills against fellow anglers? Ice fishing derbies and tournaments are popular events around the... Read More »

Inside South County’s History

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Within earshot of the surf along Narragansett Town Beach sits a burnished little gem of a museum that... Read More »

Into the Wild: Hut-To-Hut Skiing in Maine

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Move over, Colorado: Maine has now become one of the nation’s premier destinations for hut-to-hut cross-country skiing, thanks... Read More »

Ipswich, MA: The Inn at Castle Hill

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Vacations are a time for relaxation, good food, dreamless sleep, and quiet morning walks. The Inn at Castle... Read More »

Jaffrey: Willa Cather’s Final Page

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

By Polly Bannister Home and Garden Editor, Yankee Magazine I’ve lived in the Monadnock region for 30 years... Read More »

Jamestown, Rhode Island | Village Profile

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We’ve all experienced the euphoria that washes over you at the beginning of a vacation to somewhere new... Read More »

Lake Champlain Islands

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Summer sojourners looking to enjoy Lake Champlain often head for Milton, Vermont’s Sandbar State Park, with its broad... Read More »

Last Green Valley: Northeastern Connecticut

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When You Go —Yankee-recommended places to hike, stay, eat, and shop in Connecticut’s Last Green Valley. The skies... Read More »

Lighthouse Tours and Visits

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An asterisk (*) designates tower or house interior open for tours. The grounds of many other lighthouses (though... Read More »

Little Lyford Pond Camps | Rustic Retreat

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It’s five hours from Boston, Massachusetts, to Greenville, Maine, the last town en route to our destination, and... Read More »



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