Author Archives: Ray Boas

CANDLES IN THE WINDOW – THE HISTORY BEHIND

I share a tidbit of history each month in THE WALPOLE CLARION in my “column,” DID YOU KNOW THAT…?  In the December, 2019, issue I explored the background behind placing candles in windows. As the season approaches, you may want … Continue reading

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DECEMBER 2019 CLARION – NOW ON-LINE

Your December issue of the CLARION is now on-line, for you to see. By clicking on the link below you can take a look, and also share with out of town friends by providing them the link.  But even more … Continue reading

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NOVEMBER 2019 CLARION – NOW ON-LINE

Your November issue of the CLARION is now on-line, for you to see. By clicking on the link below you can take a look, and also share with out of town friends by providing them the link.  CLICK ON THIS … Continue reading

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OCTOBER 2019 CLARION — NOW ON-LINE

The October issue of the CLARION is now on-line, for you to see. By clicking on the link below you can take a look, and also share with out of town friends by providing them the link.  CLICK ON THIS … Continue reading

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GATEWAY TO WALPOLE – GIVING VIDEO

Still wondering why the efforts to conserve the 1,000 feet of Connecticut River frontage at the entrance to the Village of Walpole, New Hampshire? This video will answer your questions, show you this special property, and its importance. At the … Continue reading

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ARMISTICE DAY – 100th ANNIVERSARY – NOVEMBER 11, 2018 – VETERANS DAY

I publish a “blog –  “Shunpiking with Ray” – documenting, and sharing my travels. For the first time I just published the background to Armistice Day – Veterans Day.  For years I have received a daily email from The Week – a … Continue reading

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WALPOLE WATER REPORTS – FASCINATING READING

While researching for July CLARION articles about the Connecticut River and Walpole’s water resources (as well as the Walker Road Conservation project), I was exposed to two reports and strategies about the drinking water supplies in the Town of Walpole. … Continue reading

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