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The Things We Do for Love: Why I Ran 4 Miles on a Freezing 18 Degree Winter’s Day

“The reason we race isn’t so much to beat each other, but to be with each other.” ~Christopher McDougall I’m typically a fair weather runner. I enjoy the feeling of the breeze in my hair, the sun on my skin, and the freedom of wearing as few layers as possible when I hit the ground […]

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New Year, New Beginnings: 3 Awesome NH Classes Worth Your Time

With every winter comes the opportunity to reinvent myself, or perhaps just to peel back the layers and dig a little deeper into my pursuit of self-discovery. The timing is appropriate enough with the onset of the New Year and customary resolutions, although I’ve never been one of those people who actually makes a resolution […]

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A Rail Trail Runs Through It – Exploring the Recreational Paths of Keene

One of my favorite things about living in Keene is the Cheshire Rail Trail which winds through the outskirts of town into the heart of downtown. Leftover rail beds from the historical Cheshire Railroad were modernized into a recreational trail for pedestrians, runners, cyclists, and rollerbladers. Cross country skiers, equestrians, and snowmobilers are even known […]

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Visit the Cheshire Children’s Museum – Where a Kid Can Be a Kid!

Did you know the arts and culture of the Monadnock Region is being cultivated in our youngest residents… our kids! Recently featured on NH Chronicle, the Cheshire Children’s Museum opened its doors in 2012 on the second floor of the Colony Mill revealing an entire play space dedicated to elaborate interactive exhibits. These age-specific, creative visual […]