Rye Reflections

November 2005 Features


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Golden griddle cakes
A Thanksgiving breakfast treat at our house.
Marion Dunn

Seacoast students learn to receive through giving in Bolivia
40 teens and adults extend decade-long commitment by helping build school during weeklong stay in Tarija
Benjamin Grannan

Family cemeteries are sprinkled throughout Rye
Louise Tallman has spent years documenting, helping preserve private plots
Margaret Carroll

Mt. Washington Hotel, 1944--Part 2: Carved initials lost to renovation
End of IMF and the beginning of regular business for the newly re-opened White Mountains' hotel
Story, photos by Bob Dunn

Memories of Summer Weeks at Rye Beach
Mother, now 89, still swims and dances every week
Judi Barnes Donlan

Ate eye cut 101

Marion Dunn

'Mistress of the Written Word'
UAlbany Magazine features Rye's Zivic; cites her variety of writing skills

ENERGY SAVING IDEAS: On stopping drafts, heating coffee, pleasing your plants

Five years in the CIA: We were told to pack a bag during Cuban crisis
Advice from 'mother hen' may have averted being killed in car-bomb explosion in Saigon
Ellen Hamil

Polly's Porch: When lobster bought off the boat was 29 cents a pound
Quite a change since the days water was delivered by fire trucks and pumped into cisterns
Polly Morton

Watson's World
Training tips from an expert

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