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EXPLORING NEW ENGLAND Exploring New England Exploring New England Vol. I, No. 3


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Exploring New England Bumper Summer Issue!

Welcome to our special summer issue of Exploring New England.

We had so much information we wanted to share with you we decided to combine our June/July editions and give you a bumper summer season issue... with some surprise extras!

In this packed issue you'll find five articles on places to visit in New England, our new Short Takes and Photo Gallery sections, and a first-hand account of a freak weather system that pummeled northern Vermont in June (see all three new columns in the Contents below).

And as if that wasn't enough, we listened to feedback from our readers, and redesigned the pages so you can see at a glance all the articles in an issue, and navigate to them quickly.

We hope you're enjoying summer and that you discover in this issue more reasons for Exploring New England.

And even as you read this issue we're already preparing our special New England Fall Foliage edition. So stay subscribed and stay tuned because you'll not want to miss our guide for leaf peepers.


James H. Hyde, Editor
Cliff Calderwood, Publisher

Inside Issue
Baxter State Park is foremost a mountain park, a place of 46 peaks and ridges, and hikes that offer expansive views of remote areas. ...[Y]ouíll discover nooks and crannies on route to stir your wonder.
Those who had cars entered share a devotion that far outpaces hobby, passes way over the border of obsession, and finally settles near what satisfies the itch for perfection.
...[A]s the the moose obediently ran towards the battle, the sounds and sights of war made them bail; they spun around and took off into the wilderness with the hapless Hessian trying desperately to stop them...
Herreshoff is to sailboats what Brooks Brothers is to clothing or Ferrari is to cars. Every sailor worth his or her salt has heard the name, not once, but many times. The Nature Museum is a both a playful and educational experience for all age groups. Dioramas bring to life the story of the wildlife refuge and diverse habits of wetlands, old growth forests and upland hardwood forests.

Summer Collage

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