Category Archive: Big Canoe

Oct 22

My First Significant Break

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Admittedly I’m not always a very patience person. That being said, let me rant—I am into week six of nursing a broken right arm, and I’m getting sick of it. Dragon software doesn’t like my mixed New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and George accent (but maybe the fault lies with me and I should patiently teach Dragon …

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May 06

The Village Festival at Big Canoe

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Yesterday, The Village Festival at Big Canoe made its debut. The festival will be a weekly event on Saturday morning (9:00 am – 12:00 pm) through the end of October. According to plan I arrived a few short minutes before opening, and was horrified to see that parking was already at a premium and swarms …

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Jun 28

The One That Didn’t Get A Way

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Big Canoe’s marina is on Lake Pettit. The little marina has seen vast improvement and greater activity since Gordon Breen became manager about a year and a half ago. Last week Gordon sent an invitation to the ladies of Big Canoe “Ever wanted to learn how to fish but don’t have tackle and really don’t …

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Apr 13

Spring Makes Me Think of Skunk Cabbage

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Apr 13

Spring Makes Me Think of Dandelions

Apr 11

Dawn at Big Canoe

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Oh how I wish this photograph did justice to the beauty viewed at Wolfscratch Village in Big Canoe this morning. The shot captures the cupola on the Broyles Center behind the beautiful dogwoods at dawn. © Linda Woodward Geiger. All Rights Reserved. linda@lindageiger.com

Apr 03

Marina at Big Canoe

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When I was a kid I adored going fishing with my twin brother and/or my Dad. As an adult, I’ve rarely made the opportunities to continue that enjoyment. Perhaps because it’s spring again, I find my mind wandering to the good times only the brooks in Walpole, New Hampshire, where we caught delicious brook trout. …

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