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Meade Cadot served as the Harris Center’s Executive Director from 1975 through 2009, and became the keeper of lots of stories during that time! Lucky for us, he’s written many of them down — we lovingly call them “Meade’s Tall Tales” — and we’ll be posting them here throughout our 50th Anniversary Year.
And Now for the Tales…
Click on the photos below to read each story, and check back again soon — we’ll be releasing one or two new tales each month during our Anniversary Year!
The Harris What?! Critter Stories In the Company of Amelia Earhart Fred Murphy Goes Fishing "Pigeon Hawk" & Our Very Own Guard Grouse Contoocook River "Water-foul" & a Different Kind of Dowsing How to Lose Credibility BYO Roadkill The Spoonwood Saga: Part I The Spoonwood Saga: Part II The Spoonwood Saga: Part III A Lesson from Thelma Of Rye Pond and Wry Humor That SuperSanctuary Place The Currier Connection A Phone Call to Fairbanks Robb on the Radar, Part I Robb on the Radar, Part II