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One hundred years ago on Nov. 11, 1918, as the chill of winter was beginning to settle across the northern hemisphere, Germany and the Allies (Britain, France, Italy and the U.S.) met in France to sign the armistice for a ceasefire. The Treaty of Versailles was drafted afterward, officially ending World War I.
It's hard to beat fall along the Connecticut shoreline, where you can start a morning hiking through an explosion of autumn colors, then head off for some apple picking, and hit a pumpkin patch (or maybe a vineyard or two) on the way home. But there's something about fall that inspires a road trip.
As the cooler temps of fall offer us more comfortable biking and hiking, the Connecticut shoreline has some phenomenal spots to try. From hikes with the family to narrow single tracks for the avid mountain biker, locals clued us in to their favorites.
It's easy to decide you want to buy a home on the Connecticut shoreline. What's less easy is evaluating a property—plus the town it's located in—and making the final decision. Here are four important factors to keep in mind when looking at homes on the shore.
Save the Date: Next Fest Planned for Sept. 26 to Sept. 29, 2019
Inside notes and comments about Connecticut and New York Professional Theater
The Florence Griswold Museum’s annual outdoor exhibition, Wee Faerie Village will take place from Saturday, Sept. 29 to Sunday, Oct. 28 at the museum, 96 Lyme Street, Old Lyme.
As good or better than any entry in Cormac McCarthy’s near-perfect Border Trilogy, this thrilling debut novel breathes new life into the Western genre. It’s bighearted and heartbreaking, tender and brutal, meditative and action-packed—it’s everything an American adventure novel should be and more.
For those following current events and the Russian attack on the 2016 presidential election, this is a must read.
Did you get the fall foliage newsflash? The hills and valleys surrounding the headwaters of our own Connecticut River are among the first places in the United States to light up.
Don’t Make Christopher Martin Feel Sorry for You. Stop and Take a Look Around Connecticut
While shopping recently at Bishop’s Orchards Farm Market, 1355 Boston Post Road, Guilford, I picked up several of the Ginger Gold apples there on the advice of one of the fruit sellers, and learned that these are among the earliest of Connecticut apples to ripen.