I’m very excited to see Doug Flutie again to be honored as a shining star at the Flutie Foundation Night to Shine. I’d like to thank Doug and the Flutie Foundation for this honor. 64 more words
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I look at my phone’s screen and the message on it from Doug reads, “Ideas for tomorrow?” I’m flummoxed—even the most optimistic version of myself believes the conditions in the backcountry will be icy and a couple of inches of snowfall from the night before will leave the crags too wet for climbing. 380 more words
Winters in the Northeast are supposed to be cold, harsh, and, to some degree, miserable. In spite of that, I have always loved winter, and the outdoorsy part of me delights in the fact that bitter weather keeps other people at home and allows me to have popular ski areas, climbs, and other outdoor attractions all to myself. 412 more words
This article was first published on Aug. 2, 2004 in the New Hampshire Union Leader.
WATERVILLE VALLEY – In the midst of the mountainside search for two Massachusetts teenagers missing earlier this month, a startling, if not preternatural, sound erupted from the dense forest off Tripoli Road. 864 more words