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"Here's to the state of Maine, the land of the bluest skies, the greenest earth, the
richest air, the studiest men, the fairest, and what is best, truest women under the
sun."  ~ Thomas Brackett Reed

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Notes from the Heart...

Peak has Arrived in Many Parts of Northern New England

The northern part of Maine, New Hampshire & Vermont are already past peak,
but you can still catch glimpses of some of peak foliage in central and southern
parts of our region!  If you are visiting this weekend (for
Keene, NH's Pumpkin
Festival maybe?) check out the following sites for up to the minute forecasts on
the state of the trees!

Maine Foliage Report
New Hampshire Foliage
Vermont Foliage

~ Marcia

This Week's Stories:

Autumn in Maine: Peeping and More!
Peak foliage can't be predicted, but one thing is certain: anyone visiting Maine
from the last week of September  to the third week of October will see trees
showing off the yellow, orange, red and purple hues that have made Maine the
top destination for leaf-peepers...

Recipes from the Pumpkin Patch
Before you start eyeing your 20 pound Halloween pumpkin for a couple of pies,
hold onto your butcher knife: Not all pumpkins are created equal for cooking...

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Greetings from.
The Heart
of New England!

Notes from the Heart:
Peak is Here!

Feature:
Autumn in Maine:
So Much to See!

Recipe:
Recipes from the
Pumpkin Patch

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Frugal Yankee Tips &
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The Frugal Yankee Tip of the Week

Mice can be a problem as cold weather starts. If you don’t have a mouser, try
and close up as many holes in your foundation as possible. For those big holes,
try using steel wool to black them from getting in. After they are in, traps,
poison and a good mouser are your choices.

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