If you are looking for a short and moderately steep hike, that is also kid-friendly (not dog-friendly unless your dog is secretly a mountain goat), Mount Jo is the place to be. There are two trails, the long and short, that are quite self descriptive, and as always, the short trail is a tad bit more […]
For a three year old, there is no such thing as too much snow. But you and I, let us brace ourselves for what may well be a historic blizzard. Stay warm. Stay safe. Stock up on essentials like cocoa and graham crackers. And plenty of books.
When asked about your summer, I am pretty sure you don’t launch into a step-by-step description of a certain one-pan pasta and how it defined an entire season for you. Food wise, that is. Well, neither do I. Also, when people compliment the potted basil in your kitchen, you don’t tell them that you got […]
Not too long ago, there we were, sniffling in the cold and hoping for summer and sunshine. And before we could put down our chilled lemonade and say didgeridoo, here we are, in the first week of August. Summer is slowly slipping away. So to make the most of what is left, we thought it […]
I should do this link love sort of posts more often. There’s so much fun stuff I want to share, and talk about. First off, let me start by saying I do not like zoos. Most people will beat around the bush and tell you how it’s great for the animals because they are safe […]
Summer is the most looked-forward-to of the four seasons. Notwithstanding the flies on the beach, the sand in your ketchup, the sudden sunburn, the ticks, the other bugs, onset of allergies, and crowds everywhere. So what is it that makes New England summers so coveted? Is it the buttery lobster rolls or the deep green […]