Monthly Archives: October 2010

White Mountain Milers’ Half Marathon

This morning’s chilly and windy morning was a great day for runners to participate in the White Mountain Milers’ Half Marathon. I’m not sure of the exact number of runners and walkers but it sure seemed like a full field. … Continue reading

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Running

Although recent injuries have kept me off the road for the past few months, I have run many races including several (8) marathons. The next two weekends are big days on the marathon calendar. Tomorrow is the Marine Corps Marathon … Continue reading

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A Nice Place To Visit, But…

Just returned from a whirlwind trip to visit my Mom in NJ and spent two days in NYC visiting friends and a college for Anna. The weather all weekend was spring-like. Had a great Chinatown lunch in a small and … Continue reading

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Lovell’s 3rd Annual Chili Challenge

Calling all chili aficionados! The 3rd Annual Chili Challenge: THE BATTLE OF THE BOWLS will be held on Sunday, November 14th from Noon-2pm at the Center Lovell Fire House. This popular event provides an opportunity for both professional and amateur … Continue reading

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Mt. Washington

Although the peak foliage has passed by, there is still plenty of color to enjoy. And when you add the contrast of snow-covered Mt. Washington, the vista is spectacular. These photos were taken last night, October 19th, around 5:30 on … Continue reading

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Wellesley Visit

Just back from a very nice visit to Wellesley College. Having never been to that part of the greater Boston area, I was impressed with both the local towns and the campus. All of the people we met with were … Continue reading

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…Ethel Interrupts…

…Tuesday evening at the Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library is author Jerry Genesio. He will be discussing his book Portland Neck: The Hanging of Thomas Bird which is the story of Thomas Bird who became the first ordered execution under the … Continue reading

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