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Allergic to farming

6/22/18

Hair fell in piles as I pushed the clippers through Stash’s matted hair. Stash, one of my working oxen, was long overdue for a haircut.Scottish...

Destination Sunapee: Frosty Fun

6/22/18

Vacationing in the Sunapee area ballooned in the late 1800s to mid-1900s largely due to railway access and lakeside summer activities.In fact, even...

Destination Sunapee: Room to explore

6/22/18

Although the region is known to stun locals and visitors with its natural beauty throughout all four seasons, the year’s warmer months open up...

Hunting for mushrooms

6/11/18

Along with ducks, another set of organisms should be overjoyed at all the rain we’ve been getting. I refer to mushrooms, now appearing after a...

Mosquitoes are poised to be the biggest party crashers of the summer.The torrents of rain that fell in May and the above-average temperatures...

With the start of summer, if you plan to spend time around lakes and ponds or hiking in the woods, be on the lookout for New Hampshire’s state...

Sea, sand, medinas and the Arab Spring

5/14/18

The colors of Tunisia’s landscape change hourly with the light of the Mediterranean sun. Vermilion, sapphire, olive green, white, gold and ocher...

Piranhas of the air. New Hampshire’s state bird. Buffalo gnats.They go by many names but mostly we call them: black flies.These tiny insects, which...

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