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A Southern New Englander's Journey North
A national treasure filled with a seemingly
endless supply of serene natural beauty?
Check. A family friendly vacation locale that
strikes a brilliant balance between tourism
and regional authenticity?
Check. A sleepy
coastal town offering miles of picturesque
beaches on the Atlantic for weary travelers
hoping to get away from the hustle and bustle
of their daily lives?
Check. A quaint ball park with a rabid fan base capturing the
most intimate charms of our National Pastime?
Check. I found it all right here in
New England, on the coast of Maine.

Winter Maintenance Tips for Barns
Do you have an old barn?  It's lasted this long ... make sure you know how  to
preserve it for many generations to come.  Winter can be rough on old structures.  
Here are some tips from the NH Preservation alliance on maintaining your old
barn ...






Northern New England Maple Bread
In March the sap is flowing.  Take advantage of our liquid gold by making this
delicious Maple Syrup Bread.  You'll love the crusty maple sugar topping!
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Issue #322
February 28, 2012

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