Monthly Archives: November 2013

Harrington seventh-grader’s first deer a 200-pounder

We’re nearing the end of the first full week of the firearms deer season (not counting Youth Deer Day, which was back on Oct. 26), and some pretty neat deer tales are landing on my desk. Monica Reynolds passed along the story of her 12-year-old daughter Keanna, whose first deer was one she’ll always remember. […]

‘Your outdoor friend’ grows up, cherishes her outdoor memories

Almost a decade ago I began receiving semi-regular dispatches from a junior hunter who loved spending time in the woods. Come spring, she’d bag a turkey, and send along the photos to prove it. In the fall, she’d typically fill her deer tag, and write the details of her successful hunt and email it along. […]

Red Sox players getting custom L.L. Bean boots, Bootmobile painted red for celebration

You gotta love L.L. Bean. The iconic Maine outdoor retailer had already embraced the Boston Red Sox — an L.L. Bean tarp covered the Fenway Park infield earlier this year, then was turned into limited edition Bean Boots — but the folks down in Freeport figured that a World Series title deserved a bit more […]