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About Lisa Wiley

My name is Lisa Wiley and I am native to mid-New England, but a NH transplant once my husband and I started a family. We have five children and multiple pets, including a bassett named Rue who will be featured in many of my posts! I work in two academic libraries and recently completed a Bachelors in Education and Training through Granite State College. My husband and I are both educators and love outdoor adventures on a shoestring budget! On the side, we garden and raise chickens and angora rabbits. I enjoy spinning the angora fiber from these gentle animals into beautiful yarns. I can't wait to share the adventures of the 'Wiley Rangers' as we explore NH!
Pickerel spotting at Annett Wayside Park

Pickerel spotting at Annett Wayside Park

Posted on by Lisa Wiley

At the end of April, I had the opportunity to visit Annett Wayside Park in Rindge, New Hampshire in the southwest part of the state.  This tiny park within a 1,494 acre protected state forest has an easy 1/4 mile stroll option to the edge … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring on Monadnock Rail Trail

Signs of Spring on Monadnock Rail Trail

Posted on by Lisa Wiley

On the first Saturday in April the sky in southern NH was finally blue and the temperature a balmy mid-50’s!  I wanted to explore on foot a stretch of the Monadnock Recreational Rail Trail. My family and I brought our … Continue reading

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