Monthly Archives: December 2010

R.I.P. Kenny

Although we had just a short time to know Ben and Cassandra’s lovable dog, Kenny, he quickly became part of the family. On a Christmas visit from his Camp Lejeune base, Kenny visited Maine and enjoyed running in the open … Continue reading

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…Ethel Interrupts…

Who’s Ethel????? …Please attend the “All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet” for Bryson Herlihy on Sunday, January 9th. It will be held at the Masonic Lodge in North Conway which is above the North Conway Twin Theater. Time is from … Continue reading

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Rosie’s Lovell Village Restaurant

One of television’s most popular shows, Cheers, was about a local bar where everyone knew your name and you were always made to feel comfortable. In this part of western Maine, Rosie’s Lovell Village Store, is the place to go … Continue reading

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Lovell’s First Snow

Finally, Lovell’s first meaningful snow of the winter season. We have been waiting a long time. The forecast was for a more significant amount and I think they did get a greater accumulation closer to the coast but the snow … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve 2010

In this spiritual time of year, is there anything more majestic than seeing snow-covered Mount Washington? No matter how many times I see it, it never fails to take my breath away! This is the view from North Conway on … Continue reading

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Super Service

By all accounts, it appears that most retailers are very happy with this Christmas selling season. Stores are full and people are spending more money that they have been in recent years. The shopping experience, however, rarely is pleasant. Aisles … Continue reading

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Signs of Hope

It may be that the tide of economic bad news is ebbing and some stabilization is returning. Monthly payroll numbers have been inching upwards and fewer people are filing for unemployment on a weekly basis. Average number of hours worked … Continue reading

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