New Hampshire natives are not an excitable bunch, unless they're watching the Red Sox.
According to the author, "people who court death by engaging in 'extreme' sports are nuts."
Winter in New Hampshire is an opportune time to examine how memory works. Nothing suits our shut-in cabin fever chills better than pondering the imponderable.
"Progress might have been all right once,” the comic-poet Ogden Nash observed, “but it has gone on too long.”
Moving to New Hampshire taught author Mark Marony the value of an actual Christmas tree versus the fake plastic kind.
It's once again time for the annual household battle over when to turn the heat on.
Mark Marony and his family embrace a particular New Hampshire (and New England) tradition - the town dump's swap shop.
Even before plans were revealed to turn the I-93 Liquor stores into full-service entertainment centers, our writer was thinking about this trend.
Author Tincan Caldwell forgets that other states require sales tax.
A day-long study of the frugal Yankee in his habitat - a yard sale.