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These are tough times these days as people stay home from work and school to protect themselves and others from the COVID-19 virus pandemic. How can people deal with being socially isolated and confined to their homes? There are only so many books to read and movies to watch before boredom a…

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Look in my garage. There are wooden skis, downhill skis, AT setups, backcountry skis and track and skate skis for different kinds of skiing. These days, I use my track and skate skis for groomed area skiing, but occasionally, I go “off-track” to ski lightly groomed or ungroomed trails. I’ve …

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It seems impossible that Bear Notch Ski Touring Center has been operating for 25 years. I remember back in 1995 when they first started. The Garland brothers, Doug and John, plowed out a parking lot in the field next to Route 302, put out a donation box and groomed some trails. Local skiers …

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January is New Hampshire’s “Learn to Ski and Snowboard” Month. Ski New Hampshire states, “There’s no better time to learn to ski and snowboard than in January. Skiers and snowboarders of all abilities agree that taking a lesson your first time makes a huge difference, and our Learn to Ski &a…

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Why do Nordic skiers like to race? In Steve Hindman’s book, “Cross-Country Skiing for Fun and Fitness,” in the chapter, “Racing and Training,” he states, “If you enjoy skiing on groomed trails, if you like people, and if you welcome a personal challenge… there’s a good chance you will enjoy …

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Tuesday’s snowstorm whetted my appetite for more snow. The fluffy white powder made a beautiful coating on the landscape but it wasn’t enough for me to risk damaging my skis.