Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Mid-Winter Sale - Extra 20% OFF Retired Items

Dear Customer:

For a limited time only you save an EXTRA 20% off retired items at Waterford, Wedgwood and Royal Doulton. Choose from 100s of retired items including flatware, crystal, China, drinkware and more!

Current Offers:
Offer: Additional 20% off Retired Items at WWRD
Expires: 2/17/2012

Offer: FREE Ground Shipping on WWRD orders over $50
Code: FREESHIP50Expires: 2/24/2012

Waterford Crystal Mid-Winter Sale. Extra 20% OFF Retired Products. Code: MIDWINTER

Wedgwood Mid-Winter Sale. Extra 20% OFF Retired Products. Code: MIDWINTER

Royal Doulton Mid-Winter Sale. Extra 20% OFF Retired China, Drinkware and more. Code: MIDWINTER

WWF: Tiger Habitat Urgently Threatened

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World Wildlife Fund
Release date: February 8, 2012

Tiger surrounded by toilet tissue
The toilet paper on your grocery store shelves may have a direct impact on the 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild. Not all tissue and paper towels are made from responsible sources.
Tiger Habitat Urgently Threatened

Sumatra's rain forests--and the tigers that live in them--are in danger. One threat? Toilet paper bound for U.S. stores.

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) is pulping rain forests and replacing them with pulp plantations to provide paper fiber for products like the fastest-growing brand of toilet paper in the United States today, Paseo. Since 1984, APP's forestry practices have cleared 5 million acres of Sumatra's forests--an area the size of Massachusetts. With only about 400 Sumatran tigers and fewer than 2,800 Sumatran elephants left in the wild, the remaining habitat is critical to these species' survival.

Learn what you can do to help ensure a future for Sumatra's forests, and the tigers, elephants and local communities they support.

Read the full story

More information:
What to look for when buying toilet paper, paper towels
and other tissue products

See if your grocer stopped carrying Paseo... or did nothing
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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

NH Snowmobile Trail Report February 7, 2012

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February 7, 2012 Update

Use caution in other areas of the state as there is water and ice. Recommended to Stay off Lakes and Ponds where ice depth is unknown.
Pittsburg- 4" new snow on a 6-8" base in higher elevations and 2-3" in lower. Grooming is ongoing, and conditions range from moderate to great. South of town and there could still be some problem areas and some areas are still closed and are posted as such. Please pay attention to all signage!  There are still logging operations going on. Perry Stream Rd is closed to snowmobile traffic and stay on the side of Magalloway Rd; some shared roads and are posted 10 mph. Lakes are still considered to be unsafe! For more details go

Colebrook- All trails are groomed, range from fair to good in lower elevations and fair to good in higher elevations, watch for ice, water bars, etc. Please ride with caution.

Stratford- 4-6" base. Trails are groomed and riding is good. Stratford Bog area riding is moderate. Potato Hill trail is closed due to logging. Use caution logging at jct of Corr 3 and 7. Watch for water bars.

Groveton/Nash Stream- 2-6" base. Trails are groomed and riding is good. 5 South Temporarily Closed. Caution some icy conditions.

Diamond Pond/Coleman State Park- 4" new snow on a 6-8" base. Trails are groomed and riding is great. Several logging operations going on. Lake ice is marginal. Bathrooms at Coleman State Park are open. Warming hut open Saturday and Sunday. Gas pumps open 24/7. For more details go to

Errol- 1-4" base. Trails are groomed and riding is good. Use Caution some trails are getting icy.

Cambridge- 2-4" base trails are groomed and riding is good.

Milan- 2-4" base. Trails are groomed and riding is good.

Twin Mtn- 2-4" Trails are groomed and riding is moderate to good. Grooming is being done in the Base Rd/Jefferson Notch area.

Dalton- 1-4" base Trails are marginal to moderate.

Berlin- 4-6" base.  Trails are groomed and riding is good. For more details, go

Berlin/Success- 2-4" base. Trails are groomed and riding is moderate to good.

Gorham- 2-4" base. Trails are groomed and riding is good.  Use caution some open water bars. And use caution around logging jobs.

Jefferson- 2-4" base. Trails are groomed and riding is marginal to good. Caution- Watch for water bars and logging operations.

Franconia Notch- 1-3" base. Trails are groomed and riding is moderate to good. Corr 11 North of Notch is not groomed and riding is marginal.

Campton/Thornton- 3-4" base. Trails are groomed and riding is moderate to good. Corr 11 Rail line not groomed use caution.

Bear Notch- 4-8" base. Trails are groomed. Riding is good to great. Caution watch for icy conditions in the turns. RR Tracks have been groomed and loop is open. Use caution and watch for mushers and skiers.

Conway/ Chatham- 1-3" Base Trails from E Conway north are groomed and riding is marginal to good. Watch for frozen water bars and exposed rails. Logging behind Town and Country in E. Conway.  Corridor 19 through Maine is groomed

Ossipee- 1-3" base. Trails are groomed towards Sandwich Notch and loop trails. Riding is marginal to good.  Castle Trails groomed to Mt Shaw from Ossipee side.  RR Tracks from White Lake to Corr 15 Poor. Caution icy conditions.

Wakefield- 2-4" base Trails are not groomed and riding is marginal. Use caution RR Tracks not covered.

Pisgah State Park-  Riding Not available

Pillsbury State Park- Riding Not available

Sullivan- Riding Not available

Rail Lines:

  • Northern: No riding at this time.
  • Ashuelot: No riding at this time
  • Fort Hill:  No riding at this time
  • Sugar River: No riding at this time
  • Concord to Lincoln:  No riding at this time

Additional Resources and Information

Please be safe and ride with caution.
Respect our landowners.
Watch speeds and stay to the right.

For more information contact
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