Canoeing solo is one thing, but getting on the river with a friend has its own set of challenges. Even a little mix-up can send you spinning in circles—or worse, for an unexpected swim! Work together, though, and you’ll glide across the water with grace.
As a boy, I spent a good chunk of my summers on one of New Hampshire's many ponds. Our family would rent a small cottage, and my two brothers and I would spend days outside doing what generations of Granite State children have done: fishing, swimming, hiking, catching frogs and crayfish, and pic
In New Hampshire, conservationists of all kinds are celebrating the resolution of a six-year effort to safeguard the forests and streams of the vast Androscoggin Headwaters. The agreement with Plum Creek Timber last month completes th
Making new friends is tough. Add the challenge of acclimating to a new city and a new culture, and the going gets even tougher. When Johanna Nelson left Sweden for a new life in Tigard, Oregon, she struggled to feel at home.