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Paddling pursuits

7/15/18

Seated in their yellow and grey kayaks, Christie LaValley and Marty Wareham drifted along the Suncook River near a boat ramp in Center Barnstead...

Ladybug, where have you gone?

7/13/18

To some casual observers, ladybugs (or lady beetles) are colorful symbols of good luck – harbingers of fortune and fame. Gardeners value them for...

Hoofed and hot

7/6/18

Cooper, his front feet planted squarely in the water trough, ignored my curses as he chewed his cud and swished his tail. The recent heat wave has...

On warm nights beginning in July, baby loggerhead turtles hatch from nests buried on Southeastern U.S. beaches. Tiny fins churn the sand with such...

Running through the woods, a light rain coming down, ducking around pallets, dirt piles and wooden spools larger than myself. “He’s out!” yelled...

Nature’s own light show

6/29/18

This week, many communities will put on firework displays to celebrate of our nation’s birthday. On one night for a few minutes, the sky will be...

The Lakes Region is an adventurers dream. There are woods to explore, peaks to ascend and, of course, the lakes to swim, boat and fish upon. To...

Creativity puts Aspen neighbor on the map

6/23/18

Barely 30 miles northwest of Aspen, in the shadow of the majestic Elk Mountains, tiny Carbondale is becoming Colorado’s most exciting summer...

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