Monthly Archives: January 2011

Eden Valley Bakers

I grew up with my Mom working in a small, old-fashioned bakery in Radburn, NJ. Great memories of walking in the front door and being hit with the magical aroma of freshly-baked cakes, pies and doughnuts. It was the kind … Continue reading

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…Ethel Interrupts…

…Who’s Ethel?… …Please be sure to attend the Potluck Dinner on Saturday, February 5th at the New Suncook School. The PTA is working hard to raise funds for new playground equipment that will serve the special needs students attending the … Continue reading

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Kezar Lake Water Quality Report

People are drawn to this part of Maine for numerous reasons. The lakes and ponds, the availability of outdoor recreation in all four seasons, the overall quality of life, the schools and the fact that there are a lot of … Continue reading

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First Wood Pile of 2011

It always seems that splitting wood by hand is much easier when it is very cold. And that holds true for even the big pieces, knots and all. So even though temps were low and the wind was beginning to … Continue reading

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Lovell Snow Scenes

The most recent snow storm picked-up a lot of steam in the early morning and looked like it was going to bring a good amount to our area. This may have contributed to SAD 72’s decision to close the schools. … Continue reading

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Winter Vista

Here’s a photo, taken by Ken Goldman, at 7:28 am this past Monday. As you can see, the Lake is frozen and plenty of snow covers the mountains. Take note of Mount Washington peeking through on the left. The early … Continue reading

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The Sound of Silence

No question it was cold this morning–below 0–but I’m not convinced that was the reason for the lack of noise or the slowness in people’s step. I acknowledge that the nation is celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr., but I’m not … Continue reading

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