Bridge of Flowers

The Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne, MA

In 1929, an abandoned trolley bridge was decorated with hundreds of flowers. Now the Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne Falls, MA is blooming better than ever.
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Spukies, Subs, and Grinders: Sandwich Names of New England

Grinders, Subs, and Spuckies | Sandwich Names of New England

What do you call a sandwich made using a long roll? In New England, we go back and forth between grinders, subs, and a few other creative variations.
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It is time for a Visit

Be the first to see the sunrise, sample lobster ice cream, and learn about Native American history in Bar Harbor, Maine. It all starts with a visit… #VisitBarHarbor
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Favorite Things to Do in Woodstock, Vermont

From hotels and restaurants to shopping and outdoor fun, here are a few Yankee editor-approved ways to enjoy Woodstock, Vermont.
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Stay-Play-Dine in the Lakes Region of NH

From being on the lake to hiking in the mountains, the Lake Region of NH lets you decide how to fill your days. Plan how you want to spend your vacation. The fun never ends!
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The Legend of Lucy Keyes, the Mount Wachusett Ghost

Have you heard the legend of Lucy Keyes, the Mount Wachusett ghost? According to local lore, the spirits of the lost little girl and her mother roam the slopes in search of each other.
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The Mount Washington Cog Railway

Have you ever been on the first mountain climbing train in the country? Read all about a trip on the Cog Railway one of our editors took then plan you own trip on the Cog.
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How to Make a New House Look Old | Advice from Bob Vila

What are some ways to make a new house look old? We asked everyone's favorite old house expert, Bob Vila, for his tips and tricks.
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The Waterford Inne

BEST COUNTRY INN (Maine) - Slip away to this meticulously maintained 19th-century farmhouse on 25 rural acres amid the fields and forests of the western Maine foothills.
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Gloucester "Old Salt" Fish Chowder

Gloucester “Old Salt” Fish Chowder

This "old-salt" fish chowder recipe, thick with fish, potatoes, and bacon, is adapted from a 1976 Gloucester Fishermen's Wives cookbook.
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