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Watching the thermometer earlier in the week, it became apparent that ice would start to form on the smaller ponds and sheltered bays of the bigger lakes. These are the signs that tell anglers ice fishing is right around the corner.

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One of the great things about angling is the never-ending education received. Every time out on the water can add to the building of the encyclopedic knowledge of trying to outwit a creature with a brain the size of a pea.

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Most cyclists know the secret to safe travel is being able to see the trail or road ahead of you and to be seen by others sharing both. If you can’t see the road and trail hazards ahead of you, you are “riding blind.” If others can’t see you, you’re an invisible element in the landscape, not…

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Mountain Pond located at 1,509 feet in Chatham is the largest undeveloped pond in the White Mountains. This Tuesday, I went there for a last mountain stroll before the world turned white the next day.

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Thoughts of future skis drove me to Jackson for Jackson Ski Touring Foundation’s annual Ski Swap last Saturday. Alas, I was not alone, and a little late, even at 9:30 a.m. The parking lot was full and inside the lodge was crowded with people waiting in line with their ski finds.

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A couple weeks ago, I went with a group of locals up Boulder Loop Trail. Doing the 3.1-mile Boulder Loop Trail is a local favorite, and done by many visitors as well.

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The sun slid behind Mount Williard and as if a switch was turned on, trout began to rise all over Saco Lake. It looked like it was raining as the trout cruised the pond sipping in Red Quills, leaving small rise rings.

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November brings with it unsettling changes. Days are shorter and temperatures are colder. There’s more darkness and less color. Who can get excited about browns and grays? Not me. I wonder where warm days and bright colors have gone. How much longer will I’ll be able to ride my bike?

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“How about Ethan Pond?” said my friend Donna Atkins. She said she once purchased a T-shirt at the Willey House that had a list of 12 hikes in Crawford Notch State Park printed on it. Recently, she noticed she had been to all the hikes except Nancy Pond and Ethan Pond.