Friday, November 6: Main Streets and Back Roads of The Upper Valley – WCVB Boston

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Friday, November 6: Main Streets and Back Roads of The Upper Valley

ed Reinstein is headed to the Upper Valley, right along where the Connecticut River divides New Hampshire from Vermont.

Updated: 2:35 PM EDT Oct 30, 2020

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the Upper Valley is, Ah, good place to get lost. A patchwork of classic village greens stitched together with covered bridges, it's a pretty piece of country that hugs both the Vermont and New Hampshire sides of the Connecticut River, its center of gravity lively Hanover, New Hampshire Home of Dartmouth College. One of the attractions of life here in the Upper Valley is it's easy blend of rural beauty and cultural sophistication. But anytime civilization comes up against the wilderness, things can get a little hairy. Every evening, Ben Killam makes his way to a remote mountain clearing in Lime, New Hampshire, a family visit of sorts, expertise, relatives and non relatives, daughters and granddaughters. Soon, large dark masses begin appearing in the forest. A tree in a few minutes were surrounded by a dozen adult black bears and their cubs. They'll be bears coming beside you right there. Kill him, has been studying these bears for 25 years. He knows most of them by sight. That's quirky great granddaughter, and they know him. A good girl. You're good curve, mhm

Friday, November 6: Main Streets and Back Roads of The Upper Valley

ed Reinstein is headed to the Upper Valley, right along where the Connecticut River divides New Hampshire from Vermont.

Updated: 2:35 PM EDT Oct 30, 2020

Tonight, Ted Reinstein is headed to the Upper Valley, right along where the Connecticut River divides New Hampshire from Vermont. There he finds Ben Kilham, who presides over a remarkable compound where hes been studying black bears for 25 years. Ted also takes us to Lebanon, where a former New England Patriots lineman is following his post-football passions: music and tattoo art. Plus, he finds international tastes at Hanover shops offering Brazilian chocolate and Sicilian inspired gelato; meets an angel who opens his home to Appalachian Trail hikers; and crosses over into Vermont to discover a den of dinosaurs.

Tonight, Ted Reinstein is headed to the Upper Valley, right along where the Connecticut River divides New Hampshire from Vermont. There he finds Ben Kilham, who presides over a remarkable compound where hes been studying black bears for 25 years. Ted also takes us to Lebanon, where a former New England Patriots lineman is following his post-football passions: music and tattoo art. Plus, he finds international tastes at Hanover shops offering Brazilian chocolate and Sicilian inspired gelato; meets an angel who opens his home to Appalachian Trail hikers; and crosses over into Vermont to discover a den of dinosaurs.

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