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The hum of traffic always fades. Even when it’s still there, beyond the trees—Interstate 495, Route 2, the Mass. Pike—my mind filters out the buzz and focuses on the soundtrack of the Bay Circuit Trail. In Sharon and Concord and Hamilton it’s the same: Songbirds sing and woodpeckers peck. Occasionally a turtle or fox stops…

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The days are getting shorter and colder. But for high school and college students, now is the time to be thinking of summer—not the warm memories of last summer, but the possibilities of next. This is when employers around the Northeast begin shaping their summer work force for the coming year. Even if the current…

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Appalachia, Summer/Fall 2007 The problem of time is not time itself, but how we fracture it and stuff it with distractions As if you could kill time without injuring eternity. —Henry David Thoreau For five glorious years, Guy and I penned a monthly column for a magazine called New England Outdoors. In the November 1978…

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