Yankee Magazine July/August 2013 - Mount Washington Valley Photo Odyssey by Beatrice Peltre

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Yankee Magazine's July/August 2013 issue revels in New England's summertime bliss. Travel to the region's pristine northern waters for the ultimate in summer relaxation. Feast upon mouthwatering recipes featuring juicy peaches, plums, and cherries. Find inspiration to transform your living space-both indoors and out-with salvaged materials. It's time to explore New England. This issue will get you started with over 100 events, and much more to see and do across New England. Inside Yankee's July/August issue, a theme of timelessness emerges. You'll find the enduring beauty of New England shining through in 'In the Shadow of Mount Washington' (p. 76) and 'Greatest Lakes' (p. 30). 'Who Owns the Beach?' (p. 98) is a question that has been asked probably as long as there have been breaking waves and hot days and homes built hard against the sands. The struggle to answer that question is spotlighted in one Maine community, and it's a question that no doubt will be asked by anyone reading it," says editor Mel Allen. "'Lessons from the Hayfield' (p. 94) could have been written by a father a century ago, as the joys of hard work shared under a hot summer sun are handed down generation to generation, and there's little doubt that the sprawling Vermont field will be hayed just this way 50 years ahead. Summer. Good days to come.
 

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Published January 1, 2013 by Yankee Magazine. 128 pages
Genres: Travel.