Before you pour, know what type of maple syrup you’re putting on your pancakes
Looking for a drink that’s alcohol-free but still provides a buzz? If you are, you’re not alone.
The mud sucked at our boots as we hiked up the road to the Armstrong Farm sugarhouse in Pownal, Vt. I had parked my car on firmer ground, doubting it could successfully wade through the mire. Instead, I struck out on foot, with my then-4-year-old daughter in tow, in pursuit of getting the scoop on… Continue reading From the Editor
These early turnpikes faded into memory, becoming better known as backroads used for scenic drives — roads that Robert Geake highlights in his latest book, “The Road Less Traveled: Forgotten Historic Highways of New England.”
It seems silly to think that ski resorts once banned snowboarders from the slopes, but it’s true. Recently, thanks to the time machine that is the internet, I watched a Canadian Broadcasting Corp. news segment from 1985 about the “dangers” snowboarders posed to skiers.“Uncooperative … Smart alecs.” was how one ski patrolman in the news… Continue reading From the Editor
In this January 2019 photo, Bruce McCafferty and his son, Dougie, pause while exploring the ice formations growing at Ice Castles in North Woodstock, N.H. Photo: The Associated Press By Jennifer HuberdeauNORTH WOODSTOCK, N.H. Wish you could travel to Arendelle to visit Elsa’s castle made of ice? While a trip to the fictional icy home… Continue reading Explore this frozen ice castle in New Hampshire
6 inventions that helped changed the course of snow sports In this March 2002 file photo, Jake Burton Carpenter, owner of Burton Snowboards, shows an early model, right, and one of the newer snowboards, left, in his office in Burlington, Vt. Associated Press Photo By Jennifer Huberdeau If you live, work or play in UpCountry… Continue reading Inventions and innovation on and off the slopes
Naumkeag’s Linden Walk will be transformed into “Rainbow Road” for Winterlights. “Rainbow Road” is one of several popular displays returning to the holiday light festival at the historic estate and gardens. Berkshire Eagle File Photo Walk through a twinkling wonderland at Naumkeag By Jennifer HuberdeauSTOCKBRIDGE, Mass. Winterlights is back, and it’s bigger and better than… Continue reading Winterlights shines bright with holiday spirit (and 240,000 twinkle lights)
A sweet way to gather with family and friends At the end of the cookie swap, each guest goes home with a sampling of every cookie at the party. Berkshire Eagle File Photo By Jennifer Huberdeau If you’re like the rest of us, the holidays are not only the “most wonderful time of the year,”… Continue reading Bring on the cookie swap!
Step inside the 58,000- square-foot Williams Inn and you’ll find a cozy, yet contemporary New England farmhouse design blended seamlessly with all the technology and features of a brand new hotel.