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Recipe of the Week: Overnight Blueberry Stuffed French Toast

Bryant's Wood Stove Museum
The proud proprietors of Bryant's Stove Museum in Thorndike Maine, Joe and Bea
oversee the largest antique stove showroom east of the Mississippi. But Bryant's
Museum is much more than the hundreds upon hundreds of gorgeous,
meticulously restored antique wood burning stoves from the 1750s - 1850s.

Cathedral of the Pines
Poised on the brink of a lofty knoll facing New Hampshire's Mt. Monadnock, the
Cathedral of the Pines is unbounded by walls. Its only pillars are living pines, and
its broad, domed ceiling is heaven itself.

Vermont's Appalachian Trail Adventures
Appalachian Trail Adventures is a spa with a unique approach to health and fitness
-- with hiking as its core activity.  It provides daily guided hikes along the
Appalachian Trail and the Long Trail throughout the Green Mountains of Vermont.  
Its guests are hikers who do not feel comfortable hitting the trails alone as well as
those seeking a fun weight loss program.
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Issue #333
September 14, 2012
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