Monthly Archives: March 2015

Maple Sugaring Season

This weekend, lots of maple syrup producers had an open house. In fact, it was the official Maple Weekend in New Hampshire. My weekend was fairly busy so I didn’t think I’d get to visit any maple producers, but I … Continue reading

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Last weekend’s, I headed over to my friend’s house to help her clean out her beehives. I’ve been interested in having my own hives for a little while now (though it probably won’t happen this year). Her bees didn’t make … Continue reading

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Eats: Fondue Saturday

Just before Valentine’s Day I took a free class at my local coop on how to make cheese fondue. The instructor was truly cheese obsessed (I think she said she owned something like 72 books on cheese). She had us … Continue reading

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Spring Snow

Today is officially the first day of spring, but as usual, New England seems to have missed that memo. I woke up to 10F temperatures and had a very bracing dog walk, and this afternoon it started snowing. A wintery … Continue reading

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Mud Season

I explained to a friend who has just moved to New England that here we don’t just go from winter to spring, but rather winter to mud season to black fly season. She thought I was joking. Mud season is … Continue reading

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