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Conway artist Bob Gordon has been a hiking buddy of mine for many years. We have driven into the mountains for many a long hike. But one day last week, as we headed north from Conway, we were thinking more of our taste buds, with a short hike tacked on.

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As the summer doldrums come upon us, an amazing thing happens on our rivers and ponds. After sizing down our flies and lures or dredging deep into the thermocline, fish miraculous throw caution to the wind and start to eat Mother Nature’s sweetness — terrestrials.

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David Patch of Bartlett has been the Fish and Game Commission representative for Carroll County over the last 10 years. His term recently expired, and Gov. Chris Sununu elected to not reappoint him to the position. He has been replaced by Susan Price of Moultonborough.

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On March 23, I injured a ligament in my left knee in a fall in Tuckerman Ravine. I’m happy to say that my recovery is coming along and I am hiking again, starting out with easier hikes and slowly working my way up.

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Just like there are citizen ski racers who shouldn’t be caught dead wearing a tight-fitting onesie GS suit, there are two-wheeling citizens who shouldn’t be allowed out of the house wearing lycra cycling shorts or tops. These garments, on the wrong sort of overweight human being, don’t leave…

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This week, the 149th Open Championship is being hosted by Royal St. George’s Golf Course, located on the coastline in England. The Sandwich links are ready for the world’s best players as they compete for the Claret Jug.

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At some point in your life, you’ll come to the realization you can’t do what you did when you were young. You can’t ride as fast and as far as you once did. Those hills you once climbed with ease are daunting. That single-track and obstacles you once hopped over stop you in your tracks. Your…

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Last Saturday, I happened upon the grand opening of the Eastern Slope Aviation Academy and was transported back in time.