Welcome to the Winter 2017 Issue of New England Memories. The month of March has come in like a lion, with a forecast for night-time temperatures in the single digits this weekend in New Hampshire. It is indeed still winter!
Many thanks to the talented writers who contributed to this wintry issue: Parker Towle, Mary Elizabeth McClellan, Ann B. Day, and Nori Odoi. They share their stories of driving over icy mountains, leaving the driving to someone else, trekking to the barn in sub-zero temperatures, and walking—sometimes hip deep—in snow. And thank you to Martha Andrews Donovan who shares the magic of the Maine seascape in her striking photographs.
We hope you enjoy this issue and would love to hear from you on this post’s page in the comments section.
Wishing you the best of memories,
Linda Thomas, Editor
Pine Siskin Press
New Hampshire Notches in December
by Parker Towle
My New World Without a Car
by Mary Elizabeth McClellan
by Martha Andrews Donovan
by Ann B. Day
On Walking Through the Woods
in Deep Snow
During a Blizzard
by Nori Odoi
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Thank you. I am honoured to be included again.