Month: September 2018

A Serious Issue

Have you seen my oversized political mailer I have been using to promote my current campaign for governor under The Flatlander Party ticket? Chances are you didn’t since we only had a hundred and sixteen printed. That is all we can afford since our war chest only has (had) forty-five dollars. (That was enough for

Mount Pemigewasset Franconia Notch State Park

Charlie Gunn sitting on top of Mount Pemigewasset aka Indian Head. The 2,557 foot peak offers excellent views and it is included on the “52 with a View” hiking list. by Amy PatenaudeOutdoor/Ski Writer Mount Pemigewasset summit ledges stand out high above the west side of the south end of Franconia Notch. The ledges form

What’s the Matter With New Hampshire?

by Ken Gorrell,Weirs Times Contributing Writer In his 2004 best-seller, What’s the Matter with Kansas?, Thomas Frank questioned the sanity of social-conservative voters who, he contended, voted against their economic best interests by voting for Republicans. Frank is an establishment liberal, so naturally he defined “best interests” using his own fantasy version of the Kansas

Late Summer Fun At The Polar Caves And Loon Mtn

Charlie Gunn making his way through the Needle’s Eye along the Rocky Ridge Way at the Polar Caves in Rumney. The Polar Cave’s gigantic granite boulders and caves are fun to explore. A Day At White Mountain Attractions by Amy PatenaudeOutdoor/Ski Writer New Hampshire isn’t Disneyland, New Hampshire’s better! New Hampshire has the White Mountain