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Author: Charles R. Milliken
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
Author: Charles R. Milliken
Category: Glen (N.H.)
It is 1986 and a new generation of the Maxwell family is farming at Wester Rullion. Young Paul Maxwell and his cousin Ryan are determined that together they will rebuild the dairy herd and restore the farm's fortunes. With the help of their grandparents and plenty of hard work it seems they will achieve their dreams.
It is 1986 and a new generation of the Maxwell family is farming at Wester Rullion.
Author: Gwen Kirkwood
Publisher: Severn House Pub Limited
Chester Royde, an American millionaire, travels to Scotland with his new bride Carrie and sister Myrtle, to find out more about Carrie's Scottish ancestry. Their new 'relatives' turn out to be a little more authentically Scottish than they bargained for. Ben Nevis, Laird of Glenbogle Castle, is fiercely protective of his lands and the Macdonald clan spirit, but being cash-strapped he's not above attempts to marry heiress Myrtle to one of his many brawny sons. But then a group of hikers stumble onto his moor and spoil a day's hunting, sparking all-out war between gentry and commoners.
Chester Royde, an American millionaire, travels to Scotland with his new bride Carrie and sister Myrtle, to find out more about Carrie's Scottish ancestry.
Author: Compton Mackenzie
Publisher: Random House
About an hour is required to reach Glen Ellis Fall from the Glen House . Visitors
need another hour at Generally the visitor is too hurried . Twice the time that can
be given is generally found to be needed . We must next visit another waterfall ...
Author: Samuel Coffin Eastman
Category: White Mountains (N.H. and Me.)
The Monarch of the Glen by bestselling storytelling legend Neil Gaiman is American Gods world novella that will thrill Games of Thrones devotees and Terry Pratchett fans alike. 'Original, engrossing, an endlessly entertaining' George R.R Martin on American Gods He was not sure what he had been looking for. He only knew that he had not found it. Shadow Moon has been away from America for nearly two years. His nights are broken with dangerous dreams. Sometimes he almost believes he doesn't care if he ever returns home. In the Highlands of Scotland, where the sky is pale white and it feels as remote as any place can possibly be, the beautiful and the wealthy gather at a grand old house in the glen. And when the strange local doctor offers him work at the party, Shadow is intrigued. He knows there is no good reason for him to be there. So what do they want with him? **Also available in Fragile Things. Please note this is a black and white ebook**
He knows there is no good reason for him to be there. So what do they want with him? **Also available in Fragile Things. Please note this is a black and white ebook**
Author: Neil Gaiman
Publisher: Hachette UK
Glen House, MD, was a typical twenty-year-old, college student when he suffered a skiing accident that paralyzed him. But he never pitied himself, he was never angry and he never wavered in his faith. Instead, he pushed forwardwith often nothing but sheer determination to sustain and motivate himand went on to become a doctor, inventor, businessman, husband and father who now daily touches the lives of others facing physical difficulties. This is not a story of his disability; this is a story of Glens success-ability. Glen House may sit much of the day in a wheelchair, but he does not sit still. Hes a bundle of energy, helping other people navigate their new world following life-changing injury. The key influences that Glen credits for his own journey are faith, family, and friends. I believe you will be inspired by Glens story, as powerfully told by his devoted sister, Shelly Templin. ~ Don Simpson, coauthor with Dallas Willard of Revolution of Character When you get the call from an ER telling you that your 24-year-old daughter is barely alive after a ski accident, you hope and pray that the right people will be put in your path. Dr. House was that person for us. His firsthand knowledge, compassion, and experience told us we were in great hands. Four months later, our daughter walked out of the hospital on her own. ~ Reg and Barb Francklyn, parents of Sally Francklyn, Adventurer, Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor
This is not a story of his disability; this is a story of Glens success-ability. Glen House may sit much of the day in a wheelchair, but he does not sit still.
Author: Shelly D. Templin
Publisher: WestBow Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
It is reached by a walk of three - quarters of a mile from the Profile House .
Leaving the Profile House by stage , we have , on emerging from the forest , a
fine view of the range of mountains of which Mount Washington is the centre .
Author: Montgomery Gibbs
he whose name it bears — fills the landscape on It is from the Glen House that a
famous car - | the right . riage way was to lead to the summit of Mount The White
Mountains ( specifically so called ) Washington . This road was to be eight miles ...
Author: Thomas Addison Richards
North Conway to the Glen House and Gorham . The district of which the Glen
House is the centre contains many picturesque and charming scenes , and a very
enjoyable ride can be secured by hiring a private conveyance at North Conway ...
Author: Allen Herbert Bent
Category: White Mountains
Stages connect at Gorham , N. H. , with all trains on the Grand Trunk Railway for
the Glen House . ... Stages leave the Glen for the Summit at 8.00 a . m and 3.00 p
. m . , daily ; leave Summit for the Glen , House at 6.00 a . m . and 2.00 p . m .
Category: New England
From the lake of Winnipesaukee , you take the BosAlpine House to the Glen
House , which is ton , Concord , and Manchester Railroad at situated at the foot of
Mount Washington , Wells River ; or you can continue on the is eight miles .
Author: William Pembroke Fetridge
Blue Mountain House A supply of the following books and pamphlets has been
received the past week . A copy of any one will be sent on ... For article on the
Glen House see page 746 of The Christian Union for June 4 . Vermont , Northern
Author: Alfred Emanuel Smith
Summer Boarding House - Shirley Hill House , S. D. Johnson . Golden Brook
Mills - See Windhan . Gonic - See Rochester . GORHAM , COON - Pop . 1,383 .
N. E. fr . C. 96. S. E. fr . Lancaster , 24. R. R. S. - Gorham , Randolph , 6 ; Glen
This fabled district-America's first tourist playground- boasts the highest peaks in the Northeast and the world's worst weather. Rising above the forests, lakes, and rivers of northern New Hampshire and western Maine, this storied range is the centerpiece of the 770,000-acre White Mountain National Forest. These mountains have witnessed centuries of change, from Native Americans through early European settlers, the arrival of railroads and automobiles, and the rise of the grand hotels during the region's heyday.
The temptation to ascend it upon first arriving at the hotel was something the
proprietor discouraged , for an early edition of The Glen House Book states , “
Most people prefer to hold that excursion in reserve , wisely we think , because it
is apt ...
Author: Randall H. Bennett
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
From the Glen House , and Habwan ' s , White Qountains , to the Androscoggin
Lakes Region , via Bethel , Qe . , and Lakeside , Cambridge , N . H . EAVING the
Glen House , at the foot of Mount Washington , at 7 . 30 A . M . , a beautiful stage
Author: Charles Alden John Farrar
From the Glen House , and Fabyan ' s , White Mountains , to the Androscoggin
Lake Region , via Dixville Notch and Errol Dam . EAVING the Glen House , at the
foot of Mount Washington , at eight o ' clock A . M . , a beautiful stage ride of eight
Author: Charles Alden John Farrar
This road passes through Paris , a thriving town of Maine , through Bethel ,
famous for its mountains and its elms , and through Gorham , N. H. At Gorham ,
stages for the Glen House connect with the road . Its depot and buildings in
Author: Mary S. Caswell
Category: Portland (Me.)