From charming colonial towns to rugged and rocky shores, New England is America at her most independent and idyllic, home to trailblazers, mariners, patriots and scholars.
"There is nothing better than being out in the woods on a fall foliage day. That cool, crisp, clean fall air rushing against your face is a magical feeling."
LOCAL STORIES, TRAVEL INTEL AND MODERN LORE, INCLUDING:
Twenty-four hours to see iconic Boston
The five best lobster shacks in Maine
How to catch the first sunrise in America
An interview with a L.L. Bean bootmaker
Our favorite country inn for winter escape
Alpine huts in the White Mountains of New Hampshire
Trout fishing secrets from an Orvis guide
An illustrated map to summer on Cape Cod
Three days seeing fall color in Vermont’s North Country
Words from Louisa May Alcott and Henry David Thoreau
OF THE WILDSAM GUIDES I'VE READ, THIS IS MY FAVE. IT REALLY CAPTURED THE SENSE & SPIRIT OF NEW ENGLAND, AS SPRAWLING AS IT IS.
LINDA GREENLAW WESSEL
America’s only female sword fishing boat captain, Wessel was introduced to global audiences in the best-selling book/film The Perfect Storm. Also the author of multiple New York Times best-selling memoirs, she fishes in the waters off Maine in a boat named Earnest.
Based in Washington D.C., Graeber’s work can be found in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Design*Sponge, and in projects for Whole Foods and Warby Parker. In 2016, she published A Field Guide to Redheads: AN Illustrated Celebration.
STORIES - NEW ENGLAND