January/February 2008

On land now protected from large-scale, industrial logging, AMC’s Little Lyford Pond Camps, in Greenville, Maine, were constructed circa 1874 as seasonal housing for loggers. Dozens of men would spend months at a time harvesting and floating saw logs down the West Branch of the Pleasant River. Like many nearby logging camps, Little Lyford eventually…

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Winter camping is fun. In a frosted bug-free landscape devoid of crowds, you experience sparkling tranquility. Snow-draped woods, crystalline views, and glittering night skies await. But winter’s less friendly aspects lurk as well: heavy snowfall, blustery winds, and nose-nipping cold. To experience it comfortably, you’ll need a quality four-season tent to keep you safe and…

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