Day: June 30, 2016

Bald Ledge High Above Winona Lake – It’s A Nice Walk

by Amy Patenaude Outdoor/Ski Writer Not far from downtown Ashland and actually in New Hampton is Sky Pond and Sky Pond State Forest. I followed the directions given to me by a friend. I later learned that this trail is included in the AMC’s Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide. I knew I was getting close

NH Ale from 603 Brewery

Recently, this column pronounced that cans are a better idea than glass bottles… A few things to note about cans; they are not made the same as your grandfather’s Schaffer cans back in the day. The lightweight aluminum is coated with a fine protective layer to keep the metal from the liquid. They store well,

New Hampshire First In 1776

by Robert Hanaford Smith, Sr. Weirs Times Contributing Writer Seemingly forgotten because of the event of July 4th, 1776 is a historic event that took place in January of that year in New Hampshire. The citizens of New Hampshire in the years leading up to that event were apparently not particularly anxious to break their ties