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Worth Quoting

"Nothing can bring you peace but yourself."  ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

More New England proverbs & quotes

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Notes from the Heart... White Mountain's Cycling Escapes

Love cycling? Love the NH White Mountains?
Here are a bunch of packages offered by
Mt. Washington Valley lodging properties. Enjoy
miles and miles of some of New England's most
scenic biking...and get some good B&B/lodging
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Bike the White Mountains.   
~ M

This Week's Stories:

Feature: Moose on the Loose: Driving Safety Tips
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.

Garden: Soil Lingo
Do you know the difference between dirt and soil?  Peat moss and sphagnum?  
Macro and micro nutrients?  There are some common terms referring to soils and
soil fertility that you'll run across gardening, so should be familiar with to
understand what you read and hear.

Recipes: Fiddlehead Ferns Saute
The fiddlehead fern is a unique delicacy from northern New England, particularly
prized in Maine and New Hampshire. That they are the first green vegetable
in the early spring, are around for only a few weeks, and are gathered by foragers
adds to their mystique...

Comments? Questions? Email me at: editor@theheartofnewengland.com
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The Frugal Yankee Tip of the Week

Stop using store bought chemical cleaners. Make your own. A vinegar and
water mixture is excellent and very frugal. It also works on those really nice
stainless steel appliances.
Get more tips, ideas and fun facts at The Frugal Yankee
Issue #282
April 26 2010
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Greetings from
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of New England!

Notes from the Heart:
Cycling Escapes to the
White Mountains of NH

Feature:
Moose Safety Tips

Garden:
Soil Lingo, Explained

Recipe:
Fiddlehead Ferns Saute

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