Day: January 5, 2016

Christmas Kayak Fishing?

by Tim Moore Most years I have been on the ice, somewhere in the White Mountains, fishing for early season trout long before now. That hasn’t been the case this year because Christmas day felt more like early fall than winter. Not only was there no white Christmas, but it was 60 degrees in southern

Jean V. Kennedy – Capturing the Essence

I love Jean’s iris watercolor painting. Ethereal, fluid and exquisitely composed, Jean has a way of rendering the essence of each subject that she tackles. The iris is my favorite flower and Jean nailed this subject!

2015 -The Year In Beer

As you take down the ornaments and chalk up 2015 to fond memories, it might be worth reminiscing about what made 2015 actually worth remembering. Yes, you have family times, friends and acquaintances to recall, but what about your favorite things? Of course I am referring to your favorite beers of this year!

Caption Contest Photo #576

Photo #576 Caption This Photo! Entries due by 01/21/2016. Do you have a clever caption for this photo? Send your best caption to us within 2 weeks of publication date… (Include your name, and home town). Caption Contest, The Weirs Times, P.O. Box 5458, Weirs, NH 03247, by email to contest@weirs.com or by fax to

Saving The Language

This week I’d like to put the humor aside. I am on a mission and I need your help. In past columns I have written about an expression which has been overused in our society. Once dripping from the mouths of the young, who are given a pass when it comes to certain figures of