Mahoney's Garden Center beckons green-thumbs and novices alike to its sprawling facilities, which burst with a plethora of plants, blooms, and gardening accoutrements. Although merchandise varies by store, shoppers may score finds such as a knock-out rose shrub ($29.98), zinnia perennials ($4.98) or an 8-inch hanging ivy ($16.98), complete with a Rhodes Scholar application. The 6-inch hibiscus ($12.98) lends its vibrantly hued blooms to front porches or a modest giant's windowsill. Perch deserving bouquets in the 12-inch embossed teal ceramic planter ($44.99) or display 10- and 11-inch hanging baskets ($12.50) that double as hideaways for spare doghouse keys. Customers can also narrow their searches for outdoor patio furniture at the Winchester and Falmouth locations.
Sugar Hill lies about 80 miles north of Concord in an area home to seven mountain ranges and 40 separate peaks. Sugar Hill sits in the heart of the Franconia Notch, a state park inhabited by deer, moose, and black bears. Many of these animals can be spotted in the forest and meadows around the Sunset Hill House Inn. You can hike to Flume Gorge to look at waterfalls and covered bridges, or pack a picnic to enjoy at the Pine Island recreation area. Dips in the Swiftwater swimming hole and rounds of golf at Sunset Hill's own course are also popular outdoor activities. Sunset Hill's course is suitable for all levels, and golfers can enjoy nine holes in a setting virtually unchanged since 1887 which is still preserved through a state heritage grant. To bring home a taste of the Granite State, simply head down to one of the quaint country stores for maple syrup, cheeses, and homemade jams. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
The UNH Wildcats, celebrating the 11th annual Battle for the RiverStone Cup, clash with the Dartmouth Big Green in a showdown for state supremacy. As the only Division I college hockey teams in New Hampshire, the territorial rivals have jousted for RiverStone Cup glory for the past decade, with the Wildcats clawing their way to an impressive 6-3-1 advantage thus far. Helmed by six-time Head Coach of the Year Dick Umile, UNH seeks to continue its run of 10 straight trips to the NCAA Tournament behind point-scoring tandem Stevie Moses and Nick Sorkin. The puck-punishing duo maintains their team's cold tyranny with swift passes, speed-of-sound shots, and gentle camaraderie composed of deep, meaningful silence and smoldering eye contact.
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Seasoned clay handler Elaine Fuller uses her 30 years of experience to guide students of all skill and age levels through private pottery lessons, as well as to craft elegant pieces of stoneware for purchase. Fuller cultivates an encouraging and customized experience for guests and their crafty companions, providing all the necessary supplies to sculpt bowls, pitchers, and ancient terra cotta dinner guests. Beginners will become versed in the malleable language of clay, learn rudimentary wheel techniques, and train on specialized equipment—including slab rollers, extruders, and nuclear particle accelerators—before decorating and glazing their finished products. More advanced pupils can tackle a project of their choice, developing a keener artistic eye under Elaine’s tutelage.
Surrounded by nearly 800,000 acres of the White Mountain National Forest, Waterville Valley Ski Resort enlivens winter-weary visitors with miles of powdery slopes and myriad winter activities. Flee cityscapes marred by mud-splattered snow banks and chain-smoking snowmen and find frosty refuge on Waterville's 4,000-foot mountain. Twelve lifts serve more than 50 adrenaline-tingling trails, with varied terrain suitable for all styles and skill levels—from first-time bunny slopers to half-pipe acrobats and ski-savvy mogul-tamers. The Town Square Condominiums, located in the center of Waterville's self-contained mountain village, provide tuckered snow surfers with a cozy place to warm their mittens and reminisce about the day’s most distinctive snowflakes. Each one-bedroom condo is outfitted with a queen bed, full bathroom, and fully equipped kitchen.