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March-April 2010

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In This Issue

Lake Effect

Amie Weitzman and her husband David Adler bought a one story lake-side cottage hoping that they could turn it into a much needed retreat. Though it took more work than the family originally planned, they now have a home with a wonderful view.

Crazy for Bats

Gerri Griswold, director of administration and development at White Memorial Conservation Center (WMCC) in Litchfield, has been rehabilitating injured bats for the past 17 years.

Hang It Up

Wilton Magazine consulted three experts in the art and framing world for advice on how to tackle the challenge of decorating walls.

Message In a Bottle

Geoffrey Morris' daughter, Abigail, put a message in a bottle and tossed it into the sea on the South Shore of Boston. A man found the bottle in Wellfleet, MA as he was volunteering with the Mass Audubon sea-turtle rescue program. This is his email to her.

Wonder in the Woods

Winvian is a restaurant, spa, and inn that is situated on 113 acres. Learn about the impeccable service, attentive wait staff and exquisite food.

Mousin’ Around

True to Form

Don Gummer, an artist with a home and studio in Salisbury, has won critical acclaim and solo exhibitions at galleries and museums in so many countries. His works have found their way into private collections, and civic groups and corporations have awarded Gummer with commissions for large-scale sculptural installations. He is as accomplished in his field as his wife Meryl Streep is in hers, but she earns the fame and he earns a spot in this year's article series, Significant Other.

Housatonic Valley Association

The President Speaks

This presidential biographer who has chronicled the lives of Ronald Reagan and Teddy Roosevelt examines how our heads of state transform words into power. This essay continues our Distinguished Writers Series.
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