The ABCs of Rye Reflections
Independent monthly website is part of citizen-journalism movement
Rye Reflections is produced and directed by an adult group of Surfers who are connected with Rye, New Hampshire, a seacoast community of a little more than 5,000 residents in the cold weather and nearly 10,000 in the warm months.
Participants --- Click on a name for a detailed "BIO"
Rye Reflections published its first edition in June, 2005, and has been covering the waterfront, so to speak, with regularity ever since.
List and links to BILL PAPPOU DREW’s PUBLISHED ARTICLES in Rye Reflections
Profile: Bio http://tinyurl.com/2ts6zw
Greetings from Pappou http://tinyurl.com/2ts6zw
Does your moniker affect other people's perception--or your perception of you?
Take on reclamation of Fort Stark at entrance of Portsmouth Harbor
Volunteer reclamation shines new light on Fort Stark
Excitement, fun and challenges of being involved
Jan. 2008 Making waves with a cookbook – a winter project
Over 21,000 gifts of experience, history, and local cuisine
Feb. 2008 A change in the wind for NH state parks along Seacoast
Increased usage tests self-funding policy; Is privatization in offing?
Mar. 2008 Destination ImagiNation – A trip beyond # 6151
Educational process stimulates creativity, decision-making, teamwork
Mar. 2008 Lining it up – Poem by Ariana, 1st grade
Apl. 2008 Troubador entertains, teaches — then goes for swim
Sredzienski squeezes the most out of his accordion on radio and in person
April Fools Issue
May. 2008 Anatomy of a heist: It was history that was stolen
Low-value items taken at Old Library Museum in New Castle, but ...
Jun. 2008 Sharing scuttlebutt takes may form on Seacoast
Conversation at local gathering places all part of the news cycle
Jul. 2008 New Castle’s backyard hosts man and nature
A summer day at the Mill Pond where ancient dams lend special effects
Aug. 2008 One-day opening of Café puts visitors back in time.
100-year-old Piscataqua Cafe still furnished; woodwork gleams
Marine biology students explore local environment
Summer school makes use of a NH State Park and tidal waters in New Castle http://tinyurl.com/5dm4nx
Sep. 2008 Family farms foster fruitful fields
Supplying organic produce, local farms also improve environment
Oct. 2008 In the grocery store it is decisions, decisions, decisions.
Thoughts about purchases of food as we move on into winter
Nov. 2008 New Castle: A boatload of Island Pride
A fisherman's skiff full of beautiful flora, a greeting upon entering New Castle http://tinyurl.com/6n6z9v\
Nov. 2008 Pappou's Spiced Banana Bread
Bill Pappou Drew
Dec. 2008 A journey through life with a friend, a keyboard
A personal look at a lifetime of communication
Jan. 2009 Ice or snow? We’ll take the snow
Living in New England without electricity is an experience
Feb. 2009 History and treasures along our shores
Fierce New England storms leave shipwrecks and bounty in their wake. http://tinyurl.com/cjs5lf
Apl. 2009 An island tour describes a sign of the times # 9261
A recent visit to Marco Island, Florida gives a glimpse of insecurity and serenity
Apl. 2009 Recipes: Mrs. G’s supper pie – Lobster or crab #9261
Nov. 2009 Fort Stark thrives with a variety of new life #11140
The rebirth of an abandoned fort provides a home of recreation
Dec. 2009 Zhu Zhu Hysteria #11420
From a very limited supply, acquisition of the "hot" toy of the season http://tinyurl.com/ya29jvk
Jan. 2010 Being a Pease Greeter #11524
An emotional experience of gratitude and appreciation
Feb. 2010 MAC: An All American – Lt. Col. C.E. (Mac) McLean, USMC, (Ret.) #
A member of the Greatest Generation.
Mar. 2010 With the passage of time, the last of the forbidden fruit
A tree with memories succumbs to the force of February's whipping wind
Mar. 2010 Success: The "Back Channel Islands." are preserved #12138
An open space and conservation project by the residents of the Town of New Castle
Residents contributing their talents to the town of New Castle
An experience in celebrating creativity and Imagination
"Corporal shares her experiences in area where 'rifles become part of our bodies'