Monthly Archives: October 2014

Cycling Gear for Cooler Weather

It’s officially late season riding- it’s hard to get in a ride before or after work without lights and plenty of gear to keep you warm. Here are some of my favorites. Nite Rider Lumina 700– Is 700 lumens slightly … Continue reading

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Recently Eating- Mid Autumn

One of my goals is to cook one new recipe a week. I’m not quite there yet, but I have tried many more new things than I usually would and there have been some winners. Dessert For Two’s Chocolate Chip … Continue reading

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L.A. Burdick Chocolate

If you are ever taking I-91 south and have a chocolate craving, you should get off at exit 5 and take a slight detour across the river to Walpole, NH. There you will find a small, picturesque town which just … Continue reading

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Apple Picking with a View at Gould Hill Farm

It took almost to the end of apple season, but I did make it to an orchard, and I did pick apples, and I did eat hot and fresh apple cider donuts. I count that as a massive success. A … Continue reading

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Autumn Scenes

Fall is my favorite season. I love watching the leaves turn red, yellow, and gold. I love early morning walks when the leaves crunch underfoot and sparkle with frost. This past week has been the peak week in terms of … Continue reading

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