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Rye Reflections

Published by the SilverSurfers of Rye, N.H. on the first Thursday of each month

October 6, 2005


Photo by Gail Beamer, Rye Reflections

Eel Pond dresses up for October with new colors that will likely match last year's.



Northeaster seen as most likely to trigger Rye evacuation
Presence of Seabrook Station proves beneficial when it comes to emergency plans, training

....Jack Driscoll

Rye children's author carves out a place in Lebanon
Children learn to count in three languages

....Marion Dunn

First job was in an unmarked building for CIA
A secretarial job in Washington leads to overseas assignments in Far East for starters

....Ellen Hamil

Isles of Shoals are famous for pirates, ghosts, artists
A few naughty women also are a part of the records from when John Smith landed in 1614

....Margaret Carroll and Ann Cullen

A field guide to the bikers of Rye
Crispness of October provides perfect setting for all 'species'

....Hank McFarland

Immersed in Mt. Washington's IMF meetings at age 16
A front-row seat at the Mt. Washington Hotel's famous conference...as a bellhop

....Bob Dunn

Call for caddies fell on deaf ears in the woods
Enraptured by the view in a place where Babe Ruth, Churchill, Rockefeller, Sandburg and Hitchcock walked

....Jack Driscoll

Opinions on senior housing and dogs on the beach

....Bill Veazey and Bob Dunn

Rye Crisp Bidding adieu...seeing red...detecting bargain...butterflies & hawks...playing sticks

Consumer Alert On most-often asked questions by NH citizens ...



Portsmouth Herald discovers Watson's World: http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/10062005/news/66561.htm





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