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afternoon of food, a warm fire, and a little bit of history.  At the Remick Country
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Feature: Senior Living in New England
When you think of retiring, Northern New England doesn’t immediately come to
mind. Generally, most people envision spending their golden years surrounded
by warm weather, their toes in the sand and waves lapping at their feet.

Feature: Compost, Don't Burn
You may like the smell of burning leaves, but did you know you were sending an
excellent soil conditioner up in smoke? Instead of burning leaves or stuffing them
in garbage bags for the trash haulers to take away, compost them.

Recipe: Maple Mustard Glazed Smoked Pork Shoulder
This preparation could not be simpler, but it reminded us how good a well
smoked ham can be.

From our Archives: Moose Safety Tips
There are approximately 40,000 moose living in Maine, New Hampshire and
Vermont.  While it is always an awesome sight to see a moose, they are extremely
hazardous if they happen to lumber onto the highway onto the path of your
oncoming vehicle.  

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