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Keep Growing
Saturday, July 06, 2013      15 comments

Move in the right direction every single day. When you continue to grow, there's no limit to what you can accomplish! This Honey Locust tree is in front of the Saint-Ga... Read more
Seeing the sites for less-Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
Friday, July 05, 2013      14 comments

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site The park is located at 139 Saint Gaudens Road Cornish, New Hampshire, 03745 This is just off of NH route 12A, 12 miles south ... Read more
The Rough-Cut
Thursday, July 04, 2013      14 comments

After four years of work, Dan White of Florentine Films http://www.florentinefilms.com
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?DJW.html~mainFrame and his assistant Alex Cucchi presented their rough cut of the documentary Monadnock, The Mountain That S... Read more
Seeing the Sights on a Shoestring-Lost River Gorge
Wednesday, July 03, 2013      18 comments

Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves in North Woodstock, NH Located in the town of North Woodstock, Lost River Reservation (as it is most properly known) is set high in Kinsman Notch, one of the many mountain passes in the White Mountains region... Read more
Seeing the Sights on a Shoestring-boating
Tuesday, July 02, 2013      16 comments

Boating-whether you rent or own-is a great way to get the kids to a lake or river. Growing up, my father bought a canoe. It was an investment that paid returns for many years. I have owned a number of kayaks, and spend many tranquil hours on ... Read more
Back to basics
Monday, July 01, 2013      17 comments

I have worked hard for a year and a half with lowering my weight and my blood sugar. Now the blood sugar is creeping back up. I am eating a very healthy diet and get plenty of exercise and water. I believe that it must be the small "cheats... Read more
Eat to live-metabolism
Sunday, June 30, 2013      18 comments

I have learned by reading and experience that keeping my metabolism high through physical exercise and supplements is important. Moderate to high intensity exercise has made a big difference in seeing my attitude improve, and more importantly, ... Read more
Seeing the Sights on a Shoestring-Climb Monadnock!
Saturday, June 29, 2013      20 comments

Hiking is a great activity for a family, a couple or to do alone. If hiking alone, I would recommend staying on a main trail that starts at the State Park Headquarters. Either the White Dot or the White Cross Trails are full of people. There ... Read more
Uncomplementary photo
Friday, June 28, 2013      29 comments

Something happens when you see an uncomplimentary photo of yourself. If it's on my digital camera, I immediately consider removal. Here is a shot of me when I was just 2. I was drinking from a bottle, and look like I was having a great time. ... Read more
Eating out on a Shoestring-Gypsy Café in Lincoln
Thursday, June 27, 2013      24 comments

Gypsy Café in Lincoln, NH With food from around the world, this beautiful restaurant has become my favorite. Claire Duris and her son Dan have done a beautiful job creating a whimsical aviance that keeps me coming back over and over. Going t... Read more
The Favorite Teacher
Wednesday, June 26, 2013      22 comments

My favorite teachers are the one who know the art of seeing and listening. They patiently listen with their heart, and see me for who I am, and may one day become. Their lessons are created with me in mind, knowing my interests. They do no... Read more
Home from hikes!
Tuesday, June 25, 2013      16 comments

I spent the past 4 days hiking about 20 miles in the Whites with Hubby. We spoke at the AMC's (Appalachian Mountain Club) Lonesome Lake Hut and the Greenleaf Hut on Aware of the Bear. ... Read more
Eating out on a shoestring
Saturday, June 22, 2013      21 comments

Eating out on a Shoe String There was a time when I avoided all restaurants because I did not know what I would have to deal with inside. I did not want to face the drama of kids that were disappointed, and I had no budget for eating out. Wi... Read more
Hiking Gear, Part 2
Friday, June 21, 2013      18 comments

What should you have in your backpack! Appalachian Mountain Club-10 essentials for the Spring, Summer and Fall 1. Map 2. Compass 3. Whistle 4. Pocket Knife 5. Flashlight 6. First Aid Kit 7. Matches/Fire starter 8. Extra Food & ... Read more
Hiking Gear part 1
Thursday, June 20, 2013      12 comments

Do you know what are the 10 Essential Items that should be in every backpack for Spring, Summer and Fall hiking? List what you think, and tomorrow I'll post the Appalachian Mountain Club's answer. ... Read more

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